world needs to free now before academics over-standardize knowledge all over again the way they did when they chained youth to Separated Closed Offline Courses (SLOC)
.Norman Macrae -first to journalise the EU, Japan and Asia Century, Entrepreneurial Revolution, Net Generation is a hard act for his family to follow. Parting 2010, he left instructions to co-host parties wherever places (or his pro-youth economics friend muhammad yunus) invested most in their youth's collaboration round heroic purposes. Following party at boardroom of The Economist, one of the next 3 parties- Japan Embassy in Bangladesh - planted the idea that Norman's friends can celebrate those who design MOOCs around 10 times more job creating systems of education- wow yes please!,and thanks so much to sir fazle abed for agreeing to host a follow up party on this March 2013.
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Youth PARTNERING - BRAC:& JICA 1 2 & Nike & MIT Legatum & MastercardF & GatesF & DFID & Aflatoun & Kiva & wholeplanet
Our Foundation - and friends of youth job creation - at wholeplanet.tv are delighted to nominate BRAC as the most purposeful partnering organisation we have ever seen. Of course we enjoy comparing views -who's your nomination?
What is more the Abed family have spent more energy on future of schools than anyone we know -email@example.com
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This is all very good news for all those celebrating 2013 as Year of The MOOC -as well as those who see education as the gateway to changing the purposeful freedom of life's 7 most valuable pro-yuth markets of the net generation's post-industrial revolution mapped by The Economist and its readers since 1972
.40 years ago, my dad at The Economist and I first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around a digital network. Both of our lifetime passions united in searching for the most purposeful organisations of the net generation - a search dad branded in The Economist from 1972 Entrepreneurial Revolution and which ten years later became our 2024 Report on investing in millennium goals so that the net generation could be the most productive and collaborative time to be alive
So now that Massive Online Open Curriculum has come full circle - we invite everyone to link in to BRAC to call for microeducationsummit and to design 7 MOOCs most needed for youth economics to free the net generation to be the most communally productive and and purposefully collaborative tome on the planet
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HOW? BRAC 1 2 3 became the world's bottom-up NGO accidentally. 1972: Bangladesh was about a year old as a new nation liberated after a costly war with Pakistan (with the least in the world) when an extremely local typhoon wiped out about half a million people and the only infrastructure left standing was the offices of shell oil that Sir Fazle Abed had just been appointed to lead after years as as a graduate of architecture from Glasgow University and Chartered Accountancy in London. All the traditional disaster relief agencies linked in round Sir Fazle. Once the immediate work was over Sir Fazle made the decision that serving the poorest's market needs was more valuable (to him) than serving big oils needs. His first 2 apps: Bottom up healthcare and schools networks now create jobs over 100000 each. Apart from the schools, most jobs are open sourced as microfranchises by entrepreneurs. Sir Fazle has now transformed Value Chains (VC- what is?) of about 20 life-shaping service markets in Bangladesh. Along the way. knowledge networking partnerships around investment banking for the poorest has helped transfer solutions to about 12 other poorest or most conflicted countries (a spectacular case write-up is Uganda - see MIT Innovations 2012 Issue 2). And BRAC is the leader of the global alliance of banks with values http://www.gabv.org/ and a pioneer of cashless banking partnership www.bkash.com
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BRAC is one of the top 10 networls for every youth of net generation to link into because it has demonstrated how to innovate job creation in more trillion dollar global (life critical markets) than anyone else we can find. Its methods of value chain analysis - and mapping the greatest purpose a global market scetor could servive in any society are as valuable for ensuring full employment in europe as they are for ending poverty in developing world. It has more economics models than old charities and foundations; it has more economic models for governments; it has more economic promotional models for corporations; in fact any market that is important to youth is likely to find somethiung it can grow more sustainably by colaborating with www.brac.net -the most economical organisational architecture in the networking world partly because it helps partner all the other most economic brand architectures www.wholeplanet.tv
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I am confident you can all edit deep cases on parts of dads/The Economist's 7 wonders curriculum of pro-youth economics
like millions of young people. I spent several years believing today's person whose network could best link together the first missing curriculum million youth most needed to simultaneously access was dr yunus, but by now I find it needs to be sir fazle abed (BRAC) first, then yunus 2 monicawww.singforhope.org then 1 muhammad
If we viralise a 6 week MOOC introduction tour to all the knowledge sir fazle wants to open source
then we can turn round communities anywhere that any of the 7 global markets shown is currently spinning exponentially towards collapse
What doesn't amuse (even frightens) me is in 1984 dad wrote a book (12 years after we'd first seen tests on 500 youth sharing knowledge around an early digital network) on how to connect these 7 markets positively which was very simple then -there's no reason 2010s shouldn't already be worldwide youth's most exciting job creating decade other than totally wrong maths and the wrong sort of economists and media barons keynes warned us of in his conclusion to general theory
now 30 years of spinning systems in speculators highly conflicted, job destroying, fear-addiction instead of joyful freedom and planet unsustainable directions,
I think we are down to collaborating around sir fazle as our last chance- anyhow that's what I will try to go over to dhaka and explain to him
-of course I am very glad if there are other ways but I cant find any economists or professions who are valuing things with what I believe is dads correct maths so although I share his optimistic nature, the risks of not helping sir fazle and million youth MOOC now are larger than I can verbalise
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I am spending quite a bit of february in boston and wondered if we can meet. One issue I would like to put on the agenda -can a mooc on mit100k be developed?
My father at The Economist and I first saw 500 students sharing knowhow around a digital network in 1972! so I am not particularly fazed by which internet term becomes flavor of a year. But if you try www.coursera.com it becomes evident: the basic ingredient of a Massive Open Online Curriculum/Collaboration is a slide show with a parralel youtube in bottom right hand corner giving a tour of the sides. So anyone with great collaboration knowhow to share with net generation can be a MOOC provider.
Friends I and a swarm of youth entreprenjeurs have arranged to debate this in dhaka with sir fazle abed and muhhamad yunus in last week of march 2013. If that goes well, one of them will chat with usaid to include this topic in the first global education summit they are aranging for aug 2013 out of washington dc
As I think youth development entrepreneur competitions and moocs go together in transforming education- especially if we are to value million times more collaboration technology sustainably and for all youth to be productive- it could be huge to start up a set of slides on mit100k selected so that it could progressively become a mooc as a you tube guided tour was added to them
Obviously you have the most uptodate knowledge and relationship permissions to start this up. I wonder which of Edward Roberts, Iqbal Quadir, Berners Lee, Joi Ito or Negropronte or someone else would be next to get on board with this idea so that all the most pro-youth MIT alumni networks are first to build with it
have you tried www.coursera.com ?- biggest change in 40 years since dad (The Economist's Norman Macrae) and i first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around a digital network..now anyone with a set of slides that shows how collaboration with them can most change the world can get linked in to job-creating education, mentoring hopefully be star players in free university - a fascinating question to explore is which mooc will first connect a million youth live-
.help us compile 2014's 41st top 10 league table of moocs designed to empower youth job creation - note the subject catalytic mechanism (now mooc) has changed over the years but not our Entrepreneurial Revolution passion since we first saw 500 youth sharing knowhow around a digital network in 1972
ss how each 1 new media destroys the commons and real community unless there is a context specific audit of the media's purspoe which is designed to have more impact and consequence on actions than any metrics used to guage profitability
then dicsuss same challenge for 2 new education system (eg testing children by multichoice questions)
then re-read last 5 pages of keynes general theory -and discuss chalenge for each new economic ideology that becomes top in the way public servants try to manage their re-election
because inhternational scots treasure their releationship networks "clans" 6 generations of my famkily have been involved in pieces of this curriculum - exercise go back down your family tree and identify one person who may have a story to tell relevant to sustaining such qualities of community as freedom , transparency, cross-cultural conflict resolution, market access to selling your family's produce or perpetuating its unqiuely useful knowledge
for example community building roles played by different members included keeping diaries and journalising exploration (ie questions before answers), missions sharing knowhow between rich and poor (or unlinkedin) world locations, mediating, economics, british consul in very dangerous places for people to be eg in moscow at heoght of stalin's purges or at least red sea prort jews used to exit europe before hitler tried to close it down, a spy for the resistanc, maths and system designs, weekly community leader of the free kirk engaged in negotiation rights of passage needed for half of scots to emigrate between 1700 and 1850, dilaogues on the most exciting purpose the net generation could colaboarte around for each trillion dolar market category grounded as a service that multiplied sustainability through 2 million global villages - see 2024 report book which is now in its 30th year of helping youth to feed such dialogue
ctices for the use of technology in exchanges, and coordinating major initiatives like Education Diplomacy. The Collaboratory also works to advance new work methods that allow State Department teams to better perform in today's networked world.
Some of the Collaboratory’s current projects include:
The design and coordination of the MOOC Camp initiative where 205 courses have been taken by 4500+ students at over 65 Embassies and Consulates around the world.
Supplying the first class of Mandela Washington Fellow alumni with virtual engagement toolkits, enabling them to develop virtual and on-the-ground programs using the Internet in low-bandwidth areas, as well as managing regional Connect Camps to drive innovation and social change.
Organizing internal workshops to advance new work methods that allow State Department teams to better perform in today's networked world.
The Collaboratory also has worked on adding virtual components to existing ECA programs, such as the Fulbright Program and International Visitor Leadership Programs, to increase their impact. These virtual exchanges extend the connections made before, during, and after traditional exchange programs; encourages project collaboration among exchange participants; and engages new communities in the United States and around the world. The virtual exchange team also explores piloting new technologies and facilitating entire virtual exchanges in circumstances where participants cannot physically take part in traditional exchanges for various reasons such as political unrest, illness, or travel restrictions.
The Collaboratory has piloted several new work practices that allow State Department teams to better perform in today's networked world, such as Design Thinking and Drop Everything and Read.
The Collaboratory also acts as a convener for the Bureau and Department, bringing together experts from the private sector, civil society, and government to collaboratively explore the frontiers of educational and cultural diplomacy. The Collaboratory team is always looking to work with other bureaus, agencies, companies, and organizations to foster partnerships, collaboration, and keep abreast of the ever-evolving field of educational and cultural diplomacy.
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December 12, 2013
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ragedy my dad wrote up in The Economist in 1984Dad started the survey asking would anyone like to network round 8 times lower cost better quality health service.? He was being a bit cheeky as he had 3 double or nothing multipliers in mind which his experience in diarising national health services from their date of birth led him to expect would systemically spin each other:1 if we didnt turn round how this market had lost its hi-trust freedoms and collaborations at every community level, then health would double its costs again wherever the politics is led by old peoples agendas to the exclusion of youth; and this would likely bankrupt previously richest nations leaving their youth with less and less good jobs2 with the coming of the internet, why wouldnt people mobilise first around:such living apps as *bringing down degrees of separation in sharing life saving informationmobile apps like MIT'ss where you can take your pulse by looking into your smartphone and bangladesh's partnership with GE to give the poorest village mums mobile ultrasound; telemedicine's greatest community broadband quests like arkansas is bravely exploringFREE NURSING COLLEGES3 with tens of millions of vacancies for nurses and community health carers, why not make the first mooc that which brings down cost of training 21st C nurses to near zero whilst celebrating these community-most-trusted heroines the way the opening of the london olympics didSo can you help us make a checklist of where did the tragedy of the commons block the net generation from enjoying 8 times more economic health services -eg 1 lobbyists as firstname.lastname@example.org skype chrismacraedc co-blog YouthCreativeLab…
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after working for an MA in statistics at cambridge university 1973, i joined the uk national development project in computer assisted learning - there we experimented with both how exciting and frustrating digital learning could be for 100 people at a time linking across 4 universities who shared their curricula
this was still in the first 0f 6 moores law decades of 100 times more tech- it was predictable- see 1984 book 2025report - that personal computer webs would emerge by the late 1980s that mobiles would appear a decade later offering potentially universal connection but these would not be smart mobiles until 2010- by then apps could linkin the world at a click, data on who was doing what would be gps tagged, as the first decade of big data platforms emerged in 2010s the most vital contribution governments could make involved desidning data to respond to commons challenges - be that end virus, tracking peoples vitals so they and doctors only met when humans were still smarter than machines- that was actually a great opportunity there isnt a job in 2020s that cant be made more super-humanly skillful without through access ai designed transparently
my father had survived the war as teen navigator in allied bomber command over myamar- that gave him a unique view of how most of the world living on the asian continet had not yet access to electricity grids let alone other mchines fromsmith-watt at 180+; just as electricity has created more jobs than it cost, so can ai provided we ook around at how much work still needs to be done if every place o earth is to be a thriving place to grow up in- the good news for sustainability is most of these new jobs are not about valuing ever jore consumption; in fact they are not coiunted by wall streets macroeconomic because unlike qero-sum consumptionsharilg life critical knowhow multiplies value in use way above the biggest maths error in the world- macroeconomists assumprion that zero sum drives everything…
Deep learning is the leading approach to many problems in computer vision, speech recognition, NLP, and other areas. In this presentation, I will give a broad overview of deep learning. I will discuss the key reasons for its success, and the important role that scalability plays. I will also describe unsupervised learning approaches to deep learning--such as the "Google cat" result, in which a neural network learned to recognize cats by watching unlabeled YouTube videos--and discuss why this might become increasingly important. Finally, I will discuss recent trends in deep learning, and some possible future applications.
Andrew Ng is Chief Scientist of Baidu; Chairman and Co-founder of Coursera; and an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. In 2011 he led the development of Stanford University’s main MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platform and also taught an online Machine Learning class to over 100,000 students, leading to the founding of Coursera. Ng’s goal is to give everyone access to a great education, for free. Today, Coursera partners with top universities to offer online courses. With over 9 million students, it is the world's largest MOOC platform. Ng also works on machine learning, with an emphasis on deep learning. He had founded and led the “Google Brain” project, which developed massive-scale deep learning algorithms. This resulted in the “cat” result, in which a massive neural network with 1 billion parameters learned from unlabeled YouTube videos to detect cats. More recently, he is working to build up Baidu Research, which is developing applications of large scale deep learning to computer vision, speech, NLP, and other areas. Recent awards include being named to the Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world; Fortune 40 under 40; and being named by students as one of the top 10 professors across Stanford University.
please map how and why - more than 3 in 4 scots earn their livelihoods worldwide not in our homeland- that requires hi-trust as well as hi-tech to try to love all cultures and nature's diversity- until mcdonalds you could use MAC OR MC TO identify our community engaging networks THAT SCALED ROUND STARTING UP THE AGE OF HUMANS AND MACHINES OF GKASGOW UNI 1760 12 3 - and the microfranchises they aimed to sustain locally around each next child born - these days scots hall of fame started in 1760s around adam smith and james watt and 195 years later glasgow engineering BA fazle abed - we hope biden unites his irish community building though cop26 -ditto we hope kamalA values gandhi- public service - but understand if he or she is too busy iN DC 2021 with covid or finding which democrats or republicans or american people speak bottom-up sustainable goals teachers and enrrepreneurs -zoom with email@example.com if you are curious - fanily foundation of the economist's norman macrae- explorer of whether 100 times more tehc every decade since 1945 would end poverty or prove orwell's-big brother trumps -fears correct 2025report.com est1984 or the economist's entreprenerialrevolutionstarted up 1976 with italy/franciscan romano prodi