below clues singapore leaders contributed to davosagenda.com last week in geneva- now that singapore has 7 months to plan with all of schwab's networks the games of mankind 2021 youth's most promising year leap forward
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when we surveyed goal 1 end poverty world bankers like jim kim about number 1 educatorof sdg generation he said sir fazle abed; when we asked fazle abed about coalition partners of university coalition he said a consensus among most asian ambassadors was singapore for knowing where to connect with and korea if you want to inspect some innovations humanising ai before you did a grand tour of china's connections such as the schwarzman triad: beijing's tsinghua, boston's mit, oxford's rhodes on number 1 educator /alumni netwrk to learn from he said sir fazle abed;
united labs for all human hope and love -in the 2010s more data than humans had ever seen before was created by satellites and mobile devices; moreover 10 dollar computer chips had caught up with the number crunching ability of human brains- and unlike us 7.5 billion people could be cloned to operate specific systems in real time- eg soon driving and policing of cars can be done by the artificials but this begs a question what priority help do 7.5 billion people need? why over 15 years were autnonomous cars priortitised over ending viruses/ the answer is people at the top of the biggest organisations do not see natures challenges to us beings at ground level; the challenge of how to prioritise human ai was popular in the economist of the 1970s partly becuase a journalist had been privilieged to be one of the last people to interview von neumann whose legacy has been 60 years of ai labs started up with twins in 1960 facintg the atlantic out of bostons mit and facing the pacific out of stanford- exercise fingd a globe and point to a place where one thousandth of humans mediates a bigger diversity of demands for humanising tech than anywhere else? did you choose singapore: a island at the apex of the 2 coastlines that 70% of humans being asian depend most on for world trade shipping -while you should certainly choose anywhere on the globe you like to do this survey its extraordinary what can be learnt from singaporeans if 2021 is to be the most exciting and loving year after the hopelessyear of covid 2020 ...
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and there is replay chance to improve on the other 95 debates singapore did not directly coordinate by august
#1 vaccine services ai - at initial linked in level i connect board member of world economic forum responsible for ai and celebrating links between meta hubs of industrial revolution 4 as schwab calls it- is there a message of intro i should be sending her and you
and of course there is building out from mahbubani's curriculum https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:NUS+UCR101x+3T2020/course/ syllabus he is also founding adviser to wise education laureates who chose sir fazle abed as their benchmark- the first lady of qatar rotates wise with wish - an extraordinary health laureates summit which informs her university partnership at her college campus in doha; now doha has been reunited with the emirates the expo 2021 december a month after glasgow is becoming scot gordon browns biggest hope for linking educators for sustainability
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3 10.00 net zero cities Grace Fu Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment of Singapore
Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria APEC Sexretariat Executive Director
5 Restoring Economic Growth (Option 1)Tharman Shanmugaratnam Senior Minister, Government of Singapore Deputy Chairman, Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) Member of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum. Honorary Fellow, London School of Economics.
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building crisis ressitant healthcare systems in post-covid world 2 includes Jayasree K. Iyer
Executive Director, Access to Medicine Foundation
Leads the Access to Medicine Foundation as Executive Director. Directs the foundation’s strategy, its stakeholder dialogues and research programmes. As a spokesperson, actively involved in stimulating change within the pharmaceutical industry. Joined the foundation in 2013 to build up its in-house research expertise and to lead the development and application of its methodology for measuring company behaviour. Has worked at the interface of the global health community and the pharmaceutical industry for 12 years. Before joining the foundation, responsible for creating, negotiating and managing public private partnerships in R&D for infectious diseases and oncology. Has worked at NGOs, academic institutions and think tanks. Holds various postgraduate degrees (Masters and PhD) from Singapore and the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health.