dad norman macrae died of cancer june 2010- his obituaries- his last article dec 2008 on the sad consequences subprime would trap youth in - coming notes on remembrance parties across the globe- on his 10th parting we are also zoom-remembering- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk..
next only to education/health/safety, change in banking immediately changes lives of families and generations whereas infrastructure and natural resources multiply national impacts over time- financial services have at least 3 segments - how its designed for people, for big organisations, for pensions ang government
since 1950, in developed countries - quarter of humans) changes in tech have caused changes in finance first- some peoples have leaped into banking consider those most linked to developed west, development of china region, rest of developing world- we will map what happened to innovation of tech to the west which has had access to 4 tech revolutions from 1950 rural, space-communications, engineering , computing brain power- china that had access to rural revolution in 1970s, engineering from 1980s, all tech from about 2005, and bangladesh which accesses rural change from 1970, has for most of its people not yet accessed engineering change, has joined in other tech between 1995-2005 thanks to being the epicentre of ngo sdg economy - epicentre fazle abed- of course in a world of 200 nations there are other hybrid models but decide which if any of these three is one your peoples need to understand first because big data collection has gone global - see society 5.0 and osaka track g20 2019
key system transformations -paper non-digital banking operations, digital operations, consumer digital atm and cards and end of community banking. mobilising change in commerce and banking, integrating all post 1950 tech revolution- finance needed to be a future affair that teachers and students questioned before youth began livelihoods- since 1760 alumni of adam smith and james watt glasgow u birth of industrial revolution have recommended mediating these questions openly - how much of wealth and natural resources do the top 10 and 500 people control- is your society one in which 3 halves of people - women youth and poor each have less than 10% voice in the future of their generation

putting our species at risk- wall streets bankers and washington lobbyists and careless media moguls did the worst job ever at end of 2000s- can ny's biggest fund managers return the planet to all families as we enter 2020s - search worldrecordjobs -biggest marketmakers bezos and ma - then join us at economishealth.com -or help us value goal of worlds biggest -search - google versus microsoft; health&safety investor bloomberg vs soros; largest funds fink versus mitsubishi ; education for all schwarzman versus hongkong-singapore partners -supercity adaptability ban ki-moon versus masa-son; big decision makers events schwab vs guterres; rural villages fazle abed partners

we also thank the baltimore branch of www.chinacybercenter.com for sharing its investigative scholars of everything that's crazy about 21st financial services that thurgood marshall wouldn't have let rip chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

dec 2020 Washington thinktanks have become in most cases as dismal as the supreme leader trump making these exceptions absolutely brilliant 1 2
this economics policy series shows how banking in america has been serially designed to tip off the poor and the young - and even when the rich elders mess up they demand the poor and young bail them out- i now see why my father as early as 1980s described macroeconomics as totally fame political chicanery nothing to do with the origins system designs of the first 200 years of followers of adam smith moral sentiments- see also economistscotland.com
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Monday, December 31, 1984

THE ECONOMIST AND MACRAE FAMILY LAUNCHES THE 2025 REPORT  FIRST ENGLISH VERSION PUBLISHED IN 1984 AS ALTERNATIVE TO ORWELL BIG BROTHER FUTURES- LAST UPDATED VERSION IN SWEDISH THE NEW VIKINGS 1993


-CONCISE HISTORY OF THE FUTURE 1975-2025 -WILL THE 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G DECADES ORBIT TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY DEV GOALS OR BIG BROTHER DESTRUCTION OOF OUR SPECIES

SUMMARY OF OUR PREDICTIONS ON OPTIMISTIC SCENARIOS - WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED

IN OUR1970S ENTREPRENEURIALREVOLUTION.CITY SERIES POUBLISHED IN THE ECONOMIST WE HAD ARGUED FOR A SEA CHANGE IN PROFESSIONS SO THAT STARTUPS AND SME NETWORKS THRIVED AND BIG ORGANISATIONS FADED WITH END OF 20TH CENTURY; BODRES WOULD ALSO NEED TO BE SEEN AS SPACES WHERE GRREATEST RISKS COULD COMPOUND- NATURE DOESNT DESUIGN EVOLUTION RULES AROUND BODERS- INDEED AS EINSTEIN PROVED SHE ALWAYS MODELS SYSTEM INTERACTONS AT MORE MICRO LEVELS THAN MAN SCIEBNCE CAN ANALYSE- WHAT MAPMAKERS CALL THE HOLONIC QUAILTY OF SYSTEMS AND THE WAY THEY ARE ALWAYS SPIRALLING EXPOENTIALLY TO THRIVE OR DOWNWARDS TO COLLAPSE - REFER ALSO TP HG WELLS - CIVILISATION IS A RACE BETWEEN EDUCATION AND CATASTROPHE

WE PREDICTED 1984-1995 WOULD BE DECADE OF PERSONAL COMPUTER WEBBING- IN THE ECONOMIST 1984 WE PUBLISHED ONE LITMUST TEST OF SUSTAINALE LOCAL TO GLOBAL WOULD BE COST OF BASIC HEALTH FOR ALL WOULD COME DOWN AND DOW BOTH WITH TELEHEALTH, ADOLESCENT HEALTH BEING A PEER TO PERCURRICULUM- IN 1986 WE PUBLISHED ADAM SMITHS DEEPESTWARNING - THE STRUCTURE OF THE EMPIRES EDUCATION SYSTEM ASSUMES THAT LESS THAN 1% OF LIVES MATTER - THE MASTERS OF BUERUACRACY THAT THE PRE-TECH EMPIRE RELIED ON ALWAYS HOLDING ONE STANDARD VIEW- AS GANDHI SHOWED FROM 1906 THIS SYSTEM OF BOTH LEGISLATION AND EDUCATION WAS DESTROYING THE LIVELIHOODS OF THE TWO THIRDS OF HUMANS ON THE ASIAN CONTINENT INCLUGING THE QUARTER IN BRITISH INDIA THAT UNTIL INDEPENDENCE INCLUDED WHAT WAS THEN BORDERED OFF AS 2 PAKISTANS LATER THEEASTER ONE FREEING ITSELF TO BECOME BANGLADESH

WE PREDICTED 1995-2005 WOULD SEE VERSION 0 OF PERSONAL DEVICES BUT WE HAD HOPED EDUCATION WEB WOULD HAVE MORE TIME THAN BEING TAKEN OVER BY ECOMMERCE

WE HAD HOPED THAT A REALITY TV PROGRAM AROUND 2000 WHILE BROADCAST TV STILL REACHED BILLIONS WOULD HOST END POVERTY REALITY GSAMES LINKED TO ONE ONLINE FORUM WHERE 30000 SOLUTIONS WOULD BE SUBMITTED AND FOLLOWED UP- MANY SOLUTIONS REPLACING PAPER CURENCY WERE REHEARSED INCLUDING A BLOCKCHAIN LAUNCH OF DIGITAL CURRENCY SUGGESTED BY A TAIWAN POSTMASTER

WE HAD HOPED THAT COALITIONS OF PRIVATE, PUBLIC AND YOUTH NGO-SCHOOLS WOULD MAKE MILLENNIAL GOALS REAL PURPOSES NOT GREENWASHING

WE SAW THE 2010S AS A BIG DATA AGE BY 2020 WE HOPED ONLINE EDUCATION WPOULD BE BLENDED WITH REAL- EVERY STUDENT WOULD OWN HEIR OWN DUGITAL SKILLS CERTIFIUCATE - AI BOTS WOULD RECOMMEND THEM NEXT COURSES TO TAKE- ANYTHING RELEVANT TO SDG LIVELIHOODS WOULD BE FREE AND ONLINE THOUGH LOCAL COACHES WOULD WORK OUT THEIT OWN FEES - IN MANY CASES SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY- FOR EXAMPLE EVERY COMMUNITY WOULD NEED LAST MILE HEALTH SERVANTS- MILLENNIALS SHOULD BE PAID TO APPRTENTI8CE IN SUCH WORK NOT GET INTO MASSIVE STUDENT DEBT

Sunday, December 30, 1984

thanks for today's webinar

dad , norman macrae, spent his life working on how tech could reverse east-west inequalities spun during colonial age, ironically ever more so since in 1760s adam smith became first to think ahead of consequences of machines his co-worker james watt at glasgow u had started up

- dad had survived war as teenager navigating airplanes over modernday myanmar- he married the daughter of sir kemp the chief justice in mumbai concerned with 20 years of mediation with mahatma gandhi before sir kn's last project writing up legalese of india;'s independence-dad was in last class taught by keynes before his lifelong work at the economist

there are several projects his friends continue to work on that sound similar in exponential valuation to those you mentioned

first dad's last research reached out to partners of sir fazle abed founder brac, bkash, brac uni bangladesh - its his models which sound like your view that some tech - perhaps big data health ai will be too important to be run by quarterly profits- i arranged 15 student exchanges to bangladesh between 2007 to 2018 partly because the systems reality of yunus and abed ere so different- i concluded it was sir fazle's curricula i personally wanted to write up

we also are working on arts and sports model that return the value to youth not the big administrators or brands- now is the right time to do that to the olympics, and thats dad's work which helped connect japan and british royal families as early as 1962 was rewarded at his retirement

above all we have been cataloguing radical models for changing education since 1984's book 2025 report- footnote part of obituary by viscount on this work- relatively speaking we have seen 25 years of commerce tech spiral since birth of amazon in 1995 and next to zero edutech until the world suddenly went all zoom- in my diary of whether youth will be the first sdg generation this was a huge missed opportunity that elders missed

there are a couple of people i would like to intro you to if you have time to see whether there are wins-wins between  approaches or if you prefer that one of your team members questions me in more detail ,all welcome

sincerely chris macrae --noman macrae foundation bethesda mobile/whats app 1 240 316 8157

DEATH OF A GREAT OPTIMIST

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Norman Macrae 1923-2010


When I joined the Economist in 1983, Norman Macrae was the deputy editor. He died last week at the age of 87. Soon after I joined the staff, a thing called a computer terminal appeared on my desk and my electric typewriter disappeared. Around that time, Norman wrote a long article that became a book about the future. It was one of the strangest things I had ever read.
It had boundless optimism --
Over the last decade, I have written many articles in The Economist and delivered lectures in nearly 30 countries across the world saying the future should be much more rosy. This book explores the lovely future people could have if only all democrats made the right decisions.
combined with a weird technological vision --
Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be minaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984. The terminals will be used to access databases anywhere in the globe, and will become the brainworker's mobile place of work. Brainworkers, which will increasingly mean all workers, will be able to live in Tahiti if they want to and telecommute daily to the New York or Tokyo or Hamburg office through which they work. In the satellite age costs of transmission will not depend mainly on distance. And knowledge once digitalised can be replicated for use anywhere almost instantly.
and a startlingly fresh economic perspective --
In the 1890s around half of the workforce in countries like the United States were in three occupations: agriculture, domestic service and jobs to do with horse transport. By the 1970s these three were down to 4 per cent of the workforce. If this had been foretold in the 1890s, there would have been a wail. It would have been said that half the population was fit only to be farmworkers, parlourmaids and sweepers-up of horse manure. Where would this half find jobs? The answer was by the 1970s the majority of them were much more fully employed ( because more married women joined the workforce) doing jobs that would have sounded double-Dutch in the 1890s: extracting oil instead of fish out of the North Sea; working as computer programmers, or as television engineers, or as package-holiday tour operators chartering jet aircraft.