kai-fu lee

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intro’d to Kai-Fu here:

[https://www.ted.com/talks/kai_fu_lee_how_ai_can_save_our_humanity]

4 min – (in regard to ai).. we’re now in the era of implementation..  where what really matters is execution, product quality, speed, and data..t

what if all that matters .. first.. is getting the right/legit data..ie: self-talk as data

because.. mufleh humanity lawwe have seen advances in every aspect of our lives except our humanity – Luma Mufleh

and that’s where china comes in..ie: 996.. competitive.. in such a tragic environ.. forced to make things better.. ie: china almost cashless.. because of very robust techs built..

6 min -and china market is enormous.. gives chance to collect huge amount of data.. rocket fuel for ai engine.. so have leaped ahead

not if wrong data.. ie: data from whales in sea world

begs we use self-talk as data

w us leading era of discovery and china leading era of implementation.. dual engine of two super powers working together to drive the fastest revolution in tech we’ve ever seen.. this will bring tremendous wealth.. 16 trillion dollars added gdp by 2030

dang

it will also bring immense challenges w job replacements.. ai completely replaces jobs..  only creative jobs are protected.. ai can optimize.. but not create

9 min – worse than loss of jobs is loss of meaning.. work ethic because brainwashed into thinking work is the reason we exist.. 996 is obsession w work..

knowing i may only have a few months to live helped me see how foolish to base my entire self worth on how hard i worked.. and the accomplishments.. my priorities were out of order

10 min – regrets of people – didn’t spend enough time w loved ones.. and spread their love

#1 regret of dying

now i work 995.. new form of life

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11 min – facing death helped me change my life but also helped me see way ai could impact and coexist w mankind.. why we exist is love..

let’s try ai as augmenting interconnectedness

12 min – compassion, care, love.. do you not think we’ll need more compassion to help people thru this transition.. 10 times more teachers to help children find way to thrive in world.. .. make labors of love into careers.. let elderly accompaniment or homeschooling become careers as well..

imagining ai as augmenting interconnectedness will render transition/teachers/caring-labor as irrelevant.. ie: in the city.. as the day.. for all of us

14 min – there you have it.. a blueprint of coexistence between humans and ai.. ai is serendipity..t

only if we focus on ai as augmenting interconnectedness

it (ai) is here to liberate us from routine jobs and it is here to remind us what it is that makes us human.. so let us choose to embrace ai and to love one another

as it could be..

2 convers.. as infra

ie: hlb via 2 convos that io dance.. as the day..[aka: not part\ial.. for (blank)’s sake…]..  a nother way

what we need most: the energy of 7bn alive people

we get that from an undisturbed ecosystem

in the city.. as the day..

gershenfeld something else law

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 Expert, CEO of 创新工场 , former President of Google China, Author of , Media contact: press@chuangxin.com

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Kai-Fu Lee (simplified Chinese: 李开复; traditional Chinese: 李開復; pinyin: Lǐ Kāifù; born December 3, 1961) is a venture capitalist, technology executive, writer, and an artificial intelligence (AI) expert. He is currently based in Beijing, China.

Lee developed the world’s first speaker-independent, continuous speech recognition system as his Ph.D. thesis at Carnegie Mellon. He later worked as an executive, first at Apple, then SGI, Microsoft, and Google.

[speech recognition via idio-jargon]

He became the focus of a 2005 legal dispute between Google and Microsoft, his former employer, due to a one-year non-compete agreement that he signed with Microsoft in 2000 when he became its corporate vice president of interactive services.

[io dance ness]

One of the most prominent figures in the Chinese internet sector, he was the founding director of Microsoft Research Asia, serving from 1998 to 2000; and president of Google China, serving from July 2005 through September 4, 2009. He has created personal website, ‘Woxuewang’ (Chinese: 我学网) dedicated to helping young Chinese people achieve in their studies and careers and his “10 Letters to Chinese College Students” were widely spread on the web. He is one of the most followed micro-bloggers in China, in particular on Sina Weibo, where he has over fifty million followers.

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