In the early 1960s, The Economist started debating how the greatest innovation ever would connect
the human race between 1960=2030.
revolution (in 2010s vocabulary 4 industrial Revolutions of world economics) would increasingly destroy the value of industrial
age rules and how economies were planned by bossy hierachies of people deemed "democratic" in western dominated
era of mass production. Imagine a double revolution in communications- how and why people move around, and how and why people
share inforamtion - and everything in between as they move beyond subsistence to work and play and share learning across generations
all around mother earth's: 7 worlds one planet. Nature's evolution values diversity, is bottom up and open: humans will stop being a species she has time for if the
tech we globalise competes with her sustainability exponentials.
How humans make the most of machine intelligence was the defining reason for moon landing
being a big deal - not that pieces of the moon would in themselves change life of earthdwellers
To rehearse optimistic communications revolution worlds, the concept
of the telecommuter was born- probably most millennials wouldnt expect one main physical space to work,- they would work online,
at the same time diversity of community interactions would increasingly determine their happiness and livelihood purpose.
Moreover satellite communcations once grounded on earth would mean that the cost of sharing information or implementing apps
would come down to a marginal one once satellite infrastructure was installed. In these and many mathematically transparent
ways those whose audits continue in 21st to externalise across borders should be jailed before they cause climate or other
To proactuvely value the expoential
races involved it seemed wise for entrepreneurial revolution to celebrate the dynamic system impactos of Intel's gordon moore's
law- actually it was a promise made from around 1965 by electronic engineering networkers. Any be 1972 had given name to its
first innovation centre of gravity silicon valley
timeline 5G (2020s ) 4G 3G (2000s) 2G 1G 0G (1970s)- how would each decade leap forward with 100 times more tech power
of silicon chip.
Note worldwide peoples
would enter this greatest of human races at different stages. In 1969 when team America landed on the moon, the majority
of peoples still had no access to electricity grids. This was particularly so for the 2 largest nations- both
on the continent of asia - india and china each comprised more than 20% of human beings.
What became known as the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution soon decalred
all sustainability goals
needed to be equally achievable by 2030 - map how to end digital divides asp
by the start of 2000s 3G decade man needed to understand his greatest risk was diferences
in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations.
These are some of The Economist's typical articles in this debate supplemented by love each others countries japan
from 1962, asian pacific from 1975, china from 1977
The challenge for those perepared to value entrepreneurial revolution would require transformations in finance
beyond paper money and a sea change in livelihood education. Big top down organisations - gov, corporate, charity - would
not separately be fit enough to celebrate the next capitalism of knowledge age productivities (where value multiuplies in
use instead of consuming up things). In particular, The Economst's 1976 survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution cited the systems
challenge of adaptively legsislating for different hybrids of otrganisation the most creative tasks economists had ever encountered.
HUMANISING AI not a new bedate
It is in this context we recommend playing the innovation Games of world record jobs,
furthermore since china has led enreprenurial
revolution of 800 million people's leap out of poverty between 1980 and 2010 its worth while understanding how the sequencing
of china's communications revolution compared with that of the USA starting from the fact that in china of 1980 telephones
for ordinary people didnt exist and typically the bicycle was how 90% of people got around unless they lived near rivers or