1955 report what was Messina (birthing EU) for? 1945 report what was british language world service fo?; 2022-1945 what was UN & ITU for; dad. The economist's norman macrae, spent his last days as teen navigating air planes bomber command burma; he tried his best at reparation ever since- wind assisted, so to speak, by the most valuable question media men were ever given - von neumann 1951 asked dad: to ask anyone/everyone what goods will peoples do with 100 times more uniting tech every decade to 2020s? In 1951, VN had 6 years left working on good (ie way above zero sum human development exchages) after the Goats of maths (including einstein turing ..) had spent moist of their life on the bad on nuclear arms racing. They had a reason to defeat hitler. I am no genius (just a listener who ,oves transparent maps/maths) ---but can anyone tell me why are we currently using nuclear races to defaeal all 8 billion of our beings. MUCH MORE IMPORTANT FROM 9/9/2022: if you have time to add positive thinking to our survey QueenofHearts.city - please do

Wednesday, September 23, 2020



 see latest danone report inclusion of carbon as well as profit units

Danone North America Partners With Brightseed To Discover New Health Benefits in Plants Using Artificial Intelligence Technology

● Innovative food partnership between Danone and Brightseed will unlock health benefits from plants at an unprecedented speed.

● Brightseed’s artificial intelligence is ushering in a new era of discovery and precision nutrition.

plea that itu infrastructure helps women nature food build resilient communities

one planet one health -food framework of danone - diseases related to diets

danone ventures fund

danone social businesses developing world

partners of startup brightseed- west usa - we only know 1% of overall plant kingdom- forrager system exploring 99% planet

on health side scanned metabolics of human health and diet- finding new nutricios plants - potential future solution- small startup but leveraging ai field diversity - need right food in right place


dont look at ai just from top - ai for peoples needs resilient communities - leaders needed to serve community last mile servants

climate agriculture irrigation gone past global limits - people need local food security - cf goal 32 hunger 3 health 4 edu 5 womens lives matter- need to localise maps of food and health system deep ai data can do tar

over reliant in few very complex global chains - one crisis in chain whole collapse- get back to local food recipes -new agri model will fit what planet is able to deliver locally


 with products from soil - reintro biodiversity with startup called howgood



You 11:18 AM 

emmanuel - if i recall you and danone founder riboud first convened people at hec to start a sustainability mba in 2005 - could hec and itu partner in a free mooc sharing nature-human-machine solutions community building youth could apply? my family tree 4 generations working in asia where two thirds live but coming from glasgow adam smith never separated nature from his mapping of the start of machine age with james watt- we'd love to zoom anytime on road to cop26 being co-staged with franciscans out of italy and hopefulyl dual language friends at frances mission to un eg fabrice jaumont

Ushnish Sengupta 11:24 AM 

Do you see potential for Blockchain solutions in tracebility of food: organic, pesticide free, etc.  Do consumers want more information on where the food comes from, processes used etc.?

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Rosario Galvan 11:33 AM 

Towards supporting women's health and economic empowerment in rural communities around the world, lack of land ownership therefore lack of capital assets is a huge problem. Any initiative Danone is undertaking to support them in that regard, so they can get financial backing, credit, and support from investors to increase chance of being truly sustainable entrepreneurs, not subsidiased?

Ushnish Sengupta 11:42 AM 

What is the name of the initiative mentioned with 25  largest “soil” based companies providing more valuable information to consumers?

Elizabeth Chee 11:22 AM 

What about the role of harmful pesticides on agriculture not only in developed nations but also developing countries that have been know to be cancer causing? How is the model taking that into account if we really want to focus on food security since they are all interlinked and have a tremendous impact on the bio food chain across the environment?

Elizabeth Chee 11:56 AM 0/23

Thank you for your response and I am in agreement. Would be great for a big company like Danone to lead the way putting pressure on Government to stand up to monoliths of the Monsanto of the world.

Chat and Q&A 11:29 AM 

Question from YouTube: ​Is Danone looking into AI, robotics and vertical farming to reduce strain on natural environments and localise the food supply chain?

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Alessandro Brandolisio 11:42 AM 

Milk prices that big industry players like Danone dictate, make it hard for family farms to compete with big industrialized dairy farms. How does this fit into Danone’s future vision?

Caroline Pathy 11:51 AM 

In relation to your ambitions for Danone over the next 5 years, do you have frustrations about where technology is letting you down?  What would you like to see the tech world do more of?

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I remember a study of autonomous car asking if it’s better to kill the driver or pedestrian in case the accident could not be avoided… with various results

You 11:18 AM 

emmanuel - if i recall you and danone founder riboud first convened people at hec to start a sustainability mba in 2005 - could hec and itu partner in a free mooc sharing nature-human-machine solutions community building youth could apply? my family tree 4 generations working in asia where two thirds live but coming from glasgow adam smith never separated nature from his mapping of the start of machine age with james watt- we'd love to zoom anytime on road to cop26 being co-staged with franciscans out of italy and hopefulyl dual language friends at frances mission to un eg fabrice jaumont

Ushnish Sengupta 11:24 AM 

Do you see potential for Blockchain solutions in tracebility of food: organic, pesticide free, etc.  Do consumers want more information on where the food comes from, processes used etc.?

This question has been answered live

Rosario Galvan 11:33 AM 

Towards supporting women's health and economic empowerment in rural communities around the world, lack of land ownership therefore lack of capital assets is a huge problem. Any initiative Danone is undertaking to support them in that regard, so they can get financial backing, credit, and support from investors to increase chance of being truly sustainable entrepreneurs, not subsidiased?

Ushnish Sengupta 11:42 AM 


You 12:30 PM 

how does this approach connect with emanuel  fabers request that ethical ai double looped to include smallest enterprises in community fields with their diversity of innovation inputs- we were talking of apps that sustained their life critical changes often more combinatorial than top down standardisers

Elizabeth Chee 11:22 AM 

What about the role of harmful pesticides on agriculture not only in developed nations but also developing countries that have been know to be cancer causing? How is the model taking that into account if we really want to focus on food security since they are all interlinked and have a tremendous impact on the bio food chain across the environment?

Elizabeth Chee 11:56 AM 

Thank you for your response and I am in agreement. Would be great for a big company like Danone to lead the way putting pressure on Government to stand up to monoliths of the Monsanto of the world.


4 comments:

  1. how do you balance local ecosystems - 95% of what danone produces now comes from country we market it in

    cf neural netwrk needs to speak same language data must not have barriers to local integruity and design of food

    Q whats role of small farmer and ai tech - how empower small farer with ai

    a huge question noone has answer yet- danone colectig milk from family farmers all aound the world- so we know reality of family farming in all contients we market with- local farmers incredibly willing to learn gain new knowledge - cf fortified yogurt micromanuf in bangladesh- in bangladesh 6000 villagrers use mobile smater than big city- start up grammen phonewhich later mover over to bkash- vilage women became food traders



    cf mpesa kenya dfud nich hughes safraicom vodaphone - connected vilage farers to bank and remittances



    - o we get infrastructur for theses farmes or not- women only get sixteenth of pub;lic aid versus their pop sixe- aid money not going deep enough - these small farmes are imporatnt autonomous platform



    do you see blockchain slutions supply chain - yes and yes- blockchain may take a lot of time but its ultimate transparency needed



    are you looking ai roborics vertical farmin to reduce staria ventire capital fund danone investing in above named startups



    whats your personal vie dairy impact on emissins- whats your frame- agri accounts as much as rest of industry but could sink carbon back

    aklso cards are ruminats - lot of mertnane- if you return them to grass and linseed can reduce their methane emmission by fifth





    We are delighted to have Francesca Rossi (Distinguished Research Scientist at IBM T.J. Watson Research Centre, Board Member of Partnership on AI; Professor of Computer Science, University of Padova) with us today!
    From Chat and Q&A to Everyone: 11:23 AM
    Please feel free to submit your brief questions in the Q&A tab. You can find this just left of center at the bottom of your screen.
    From Elizabeth Chee to Everyone: 11:32 AM
    Appreciate the vision to democratize food sovereignty to avoid bottlenecks and diversify the risk to our food supplies.
    From Ushnish Sengupta to Everyone: 11:33 AM
    Social Media use -> Social Norms -> Consumer choices -> Change in Food Systems ?
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    what's Emmanuel's personal view about dairy impact in global emissions currently and his framework for seeking solutions ?
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    Thank you for your question. Please submit it in the Q&A tab. You can find this just left of center at the bottom of your screen.
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    done!
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    What is the name of the initiative mentioned with 25 companies?
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    bright seed?
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    Thank you to Emmanuel Faber for joining us!
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    Thank you Emmanuel and Amir
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    Thx awesome
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  2. We are delighted to have Francesca Rossi (Distinguished Research Scientist at IBM T.J. Watson Research Centre, Board Member of Partnership on AI; Professor of Computer Science, University of Padova) with us today!

    You can also keep the conversation going after the keynotes and Breakthrough Workshops in the Slack channel https://ai4good-slack-invite.azurewebsites.net/
    From Ushnish Sengupta to Everyone: 12:18 PM
    As we found in the poll yesterday, principles for AI Ethics are important for all of us, but they remain unenforceable.
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    can the presenter translate this ethics framework to a specific context eg climate-

    what's Emmanuel's personal view about dairy impact in global emissions currently and his framework for seeking solutions ?
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  3. Pierre Kauffmann 12:25 PM
    Ethics differs from country to country, how do you deal with that?


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    In Canada, the interaction of Covid19 and food supply has been overrepresentation of Covid19 cases in meat plant workers (close working quarters), and temporary immigrant farm. Workers (close living quarters). Have other countries had similar experiences?
    From Elizabeth Chee to Everyone: 11:21 AM
    What about the role of harmful pesticides on agriculture not only in developed nations but also developing countries that have been know to be cancer causing? How is the model taking that into account if we really want to focus on food security since they are all interlinked and have a tremendous impact on the bio food chain across the environment?

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  4. food lives matter- how gid tracking rights in food value chans- when you scan producxt on shelves you can see tradeoffs products branded made - recoonect people with thir farms

    Qa who organises sovereignty - gov or the people- whats your guideline soberigntly lowest granular level- faber food revokution isnt just elites organic abits - nb gen z in indonesia and other countries versus elders- gen z create social norms with digital media- gen z are local food militants for the lanet- see apps these youth create.. but nb they dont always have the data for apps to connect smarlty with each other- needs to be a double loop - role for gov to serve -fench gov nutrisco alpo dairy water becoming a eu sysatem- all of this has to be collective



    altro europe , silk in us - danone largest plant based food manufacturing



    how do wedevelopai skills for local agri- dont have expertsie beyond yogurt- spotify brings me new music- how do swe dreates a farmers spotify



    problem ownersversus problem solvers - a way to align engibeers

    any inititives danone backingfemale- cf yunus as guestglobal data pledge

    danone 10 years ago endwment fund capacity buding around our ecosyste, all of these funds focused on women -

    how to remove harmful pesticides- complex tansitionary procss- re-examine whichplants use histiricaky we have mono-croped and pesticided - change seed research - pul plants togeher that protecteach other from pests eg put carroot and leak - gov need to stop subsiding chenicals start research co-planting - its a whole system change - aim to reduce pesticides 10 fold



    investing in common good -what could invest in today beyond ai? so many if then-truly belien in power of collective- solution must be coalitions- diversity of coalitions - diversity of ai systems - worst thing would be ai standardising languages we used in way that sterlises the thought



    how do you design ai that accepts diversity. havent seen that cracked yet

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