19 Burst results for "Millennium Project"

"millennium project" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"A loan it'll happen. I mean i want to say this matter what. The answer is to that question because the bible does not give a specific age less the short answer. There's no age of accountability. Or what did she call it age of discern Tactically like that some rights believes in the religious world that you're born into a sinful condition. I do not subscribe to that. Because i believe they are choices that we make and galatian five nineteen says the acts of the sinful nature which is another phrase. That has come up. I'll agree that people are born with the would you say the propensity to sin at some point. So that's what they mean by sinful nature but to say that a baby is filled with the things that are listening. Glaciers five nineteen. I'm i'm not i'm not. I'm not going with that. I think morality you know because it's a decision you say what is saying. Well i john. Three four san is breaking the law. In fact sin is lawlessness. That's what i john. Three four six. So that is a willful act decision. That is contrary to the nature of god. Jigger yep so. I don't know a lot of little baby and i'm using babies as an example because at some point they reach an age where they understand. Bobble doesn't address therefore when the bible does specifically give a number. I do think that's open for interpretation. Now we can discuss it. Well i think most people might mice thinking is. I could be wrong because i don't i. I don't believe that you're have original sin but assuming now you called it arisen. What does that mean just that. The original sin by atom then brought sin for every person. That's different. I think than what i was referring to. But that's what i'm say- you said. Some people believe that that you're born in san that's because they call it the original see'ums matter and maybe it is the same. I assume it was from x five. When paul is describing adam versus jesus remember that tech in he says just as sin entered the world through one man and death through sin in this way death came to all men because in so if you read that tax i could see where you could extrapolate that concept problem. Is you miss it. Because in the context is not about it's not about the sin caring for what is that he was a senator and then jesus is the one that brings out so it was more about the two men. Here's here's what about this idea. That's what i would tell crystal. Because as made a critical poet all lucienne apart from the law will also perish apart from the law so so prior to the written code well reading law all who sent under the law will be judged by the lao jews received written in stone. But you say what about before the law was written. Tell him why yet. Yeah i'm in. Romans chegutu yeah. It is not those who hear the law who are righteous in god's sad but his those who obey the law who will be declared righteous indeed when gentiles. the crystal. You'll have to watch this very carefully. Who do not have the law. We weren't given the law moses at sinai but when gentiles do by nature when they when you you've got people who are lost because they've sand people who are saved because they've embraced jesus and their sensor removed. So you have the saved the lost millennium projects on for you. Finish your point. Would it be okay then to say there are safe lost saved. That's why i was fixing. But what about the ones who are safe. So look here comes the law and you don't have to have it written down because god wrote it on your heart since they show birds fifteen that the requirements of the law which is obedience. One hundred percent obedient are written on their hearts. So now were inside the mand. There's a strong evidence that there is a god people's minds know right from wrong so we get to the crux of the matter. You say well. How would we know what the requirements of the lao meant. Well you have to be old enough for your conscience inside your heart to tell you. What will it do your conscious. It also bears witness. This is right. Yeah so do do so. This is wrong. Don't do that their thoughts in your matt now accusing now defending in one sense when you're concerts gets developed enough the look. You have a baby in a crib. A child and the child is three days old. The charles conscience in here has not matured enough for the child to know the difference between right and wrong. This child at three days old. I'll has no idea about sexual immorality lying. Thievery cursing bitterness hatred. This child is too young to understand the concept. His brain is not developed enough and his conscience is not developed however however we all know you say well how would we know crystal says how do we know. When that. tommy's will you ask christie's crystal honey remember when the season started just gave me an idea kind of win it was and she'll say about twelve thirteen a dependent on what bannon depending on the age. There's no no age so but but just say but when did you send in start. Let's ask ourselves a question. Talk to a group of one hundred thousand people and they're all over fifteen years of age. You say you remember when the season started and they will all say yes we. Did you go back to the first time. You were immoral. You remember that yeah. Remember the terrorist time. We started telling lousy. I remember that. Well how were you. So we'll say ten selma say eleven in this day and age. I've noticed i've kind of changed my thinking on how old somebody in these younger. Because i'm looking at like junior high girls and boys that are doing things and seeing that a lot of depends on their culture that they're in in that chris in that right there in romans chapter two. If you're gonna see why are you looking. I wanna say one thing though be uncovered on the day when god will judge men secrets. Everything that you've participated in and what your thoughts were on. The will be a day of reckoning. Due jesus christ as gospel declares you come to jesus and you really be saved which would be safe because what was on to say is so a lot like at our. That's my thinking on it at our church. We do baby blessings and you know. I had somebody tell me one time. They're like.

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"millennium project" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"So as a family grew and we wanted to we had little culture just outside the windy but it was getting rather crowded when be had four children that are crowded we wanted to move to somewhere bigger and with everything and we saw. Well we have find. Will we be able to find a hog. So maybe even more exciting we could find a site and build a hugs and one day of a friend who was Stay trump said he had just seen a site which was the best one ever seen to build a new house. But we depressed at that movement because we mean looking for two years hadn't found the right place and He's off okay. We better gun able to get but did say without any great comforters We arrived at the baltimore all the rockies almost impossible track beating up the hill and said we walked up to track the talk. There was this small sort of broken down to up to cottage surrounded by even more broken on bombs and the amazing number of about fifty or sixty vehicles toz engines caravans with the back. I mean it's a junkyard and we turned around and looked at the view. Let me so. This is it. It is a wonderful sight to build a house and We meant it to persuade. Distinguish could take dentist. Who designed termites other things to come and design a hug for us which is what he did and even it two we live in. It's still and it's now coming up to fifty years old You could say some bit. Such shanghai's age Things keep on needing repair and We have extended it to extort away a couple of times but then is was designed to casey's indeed the library we built as a millennium project was. He's lost work and he saw competing for the equipped with the books in before he died. Which was good ten this as we keep saying. This is about three distinct careers. It's a business book. Come a political and cultural memoir kind. Has everything in it. And such great kind of behind the scenes look at at the revolution of one of the great retail dynasties of the world and with a with cut heritage. I mean obviously supermarkets have done very well over the last year but of course the high streets haven't what do you see the future of retail when it was interesting win. When's you book it's arrived. That was a mess. You've changed probably sixty years ago but the present situation is that the biggest change since in because of course before the supermarkets high streets were full of separate butcher shops..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"Out. Yeah. I mean you know part of me thinks that many many years ago that there would have to be some kind of an I hate to use the analogy I. Don't have a better when I probably should think through a better one before I start saying podcast but some sort of Pearl Harbor ask scenario now that it has to be an attack by another country, but it has to be an event that. As horrible as it is the common enemy idea that I the the idea of intelligence in an in an unbound survey way or in a way that maybe we feel like his dangerous would be so evident as to be real not as to be imagined I think you know it wasn't even the coronavirus here. You know what? What was it? It was. No. One's really sure about what the CCPA's saying. No one's really sure like what's true. What's not whatever I think a lot of Americans might have some skepticism there although you know certainly plenty of sympathy for the folks that were ill and for the doctors who really had a bad golf but you know you start feeling it crawl across. Europe right he started seeing like the pictures coming in with the CCP's not gonNA show you all the carnage from from a poorly handled sort of. Outbreak but you know across your, we were seeing and I think for Americans it was like by Golly, we've really got to think about this. You could still say we acted slow but the ideas like it has to be visceral. Might have to visceral here. Might there have to be some some brain computer interface some Ai. SCENARIO OF SPOOKS PEOPLE. So thoroughly across the glow, they realize we gotta get on the damn same page we can. Develop. In under three scenarios, we did on the future work technology out to twenty fifty. We did have in their some of those, for example, the idea of weapon systems of developing and and almost developing its independence capability. I mean weapons systems, alliterate act independent of human control, and we have that in this scenario. So by the way, the to it. Because government sometimes a little slow sometimes our self defensive and offensive, and see you end up with your independent hackers in the world underground folks. They create a new independent group. That gets ahead of the thing and then fighting cooperates with governments but maintains our independence from governments on they wouldn't be arrested so far so they have. Intrigues on this stuff yes. We have a couple of those. Things are lost control, and in this scenario we ended up concluding in that that particular there was never fully under control. He was a constant thing that yes or somebody hold you know part of it whole areas wiped out the still happens. Yeah. There's some stuff in there. Referrals. You. Have to check out the future of work. It sounds like that's the closest precedent to too strong. I at least in terms of your. Matter of fact, you wonder we had the very end art isn't all of a sudden things are happening around the world. We couldn't figure out why and how is happening and we think of. The Subaru has begun. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I will make sure that we linked to whatever is publicly available in that work in the show notes somewhere..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"To do X.. Think Thank X. told me to do this. No, they don't WanNa do that. Yeah. It's it's interesting. There's a funny analogy in the market research world in center of our universe you know beginning the company was working with big retail banks in a pharmaceutical companies, etc and we were warned by early advisers who who were pretty high up forrester you WANNA. Steer clear in your early days of Lake. PWS's in the KPMG's in the big consultancies because their goal would be to take whatever your research methodology is, and then they've already got all the enterprise relationships in and they'll just say, hey, we came up with this look at what we found look at how many companies we assess and so yeah, similarly there's. Consequences in your world too. So it is with ideas I. Guess Right easy to swap I can see plenty of upsides there. But of course, there are some downsides back on Agi here you know clearly you and I are on the same page why this interviews happening that much more thought would need to be given to how this would shake interested in some of your instincts neither you nor I know the future, but we have some instincts instincts on. What it would take to cross the chasm where international bodies our nation's maybe let's say would believe that human solidarity around this issue is in central. To be of the belief that at some point, we will have to come to that conclusion if we don't want competing cyborgs and competing strong ai I think that that's that's really the state of nature in terms of plugging in stuff into back of our skulls and in terms of building machines more powerful than ourselves. The state of nature I wouldn't leave very much room for for Happy Little Apes. But what kind of tensions what kind of you know precedence would have to exist four folks to get on the same page and say, Hey, we have to come up with a way to handle this. What do you think it's GonNa, take. That's why we're best prepare the sun. That's why. The but to give us a side point to.

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"And Set out the door. And then as. Of the meetings occurred going into the climate change conferences against more precise, more precise and more people play in the original protocol China did not say you can inspect me. For what I'm doing on. Carbon. In the later they get. Yes. You can expect me about what so he balls so we gotta start. And that's what. Usually. Good. Starting. Off Ideally, this helps a process that ends up into international agreements into the actual negotiations eventually, a treaty ratification, and then a treaty can be modified updated Yep. So like the process itself that we're we're talking about here. So in terms of you know we've got a number of questions before we wrap about this. Topic specifically now that we've talked about a process and hopefully the further folks tuned in, it's useful to to think through how many ideas have to be pulled together to actually have a conversation about something. So complicated, you know if you think about who would have to be involved for something as important, artificial general intelligence obviously, you know representatives from different countries. Sure but. Deep questions they're doing folks from defense private sector and academia deed folks from different Geo regions within these countries a representative for cultural nuances. Do we need folks of a certain level of rank in the military as opposed to just some guy who happens to be the one region fiction to be interested in this stuff on not that I think it's IT'S A. Separated from reality, but for some folks it is. Deciding sort of need to be in the room is challenging and it might not be that in a first round, we can pull in the ideal players whose opinions we really think would matter in starting to concretize the conversation who might we start with with something like Agi you've already done some thinking on this. Remember that Berry beginning you want to know the date of the arts. Yup what are the norms principles values what does the state of the art on thinking about? Rules and audits or a What is the status of results from different international conferences because a lot of international conference meetings have occurred. Within that body as we go through that, you can pick out who knows the most in different areas. That's one part. Then, within also ask our nose sixty five, not around the world who ought to be invited. So. Most of the people who are invited or not centrally if we didn't right, you know like I might buy you and so. We might do sent but then our Iran note picks crew from Iran will be involved I won't know. Isreaeli Rayleigh no we'll pick who in Israel, and I will not know who should be and so so a lot of picking is done by Dr knows you're supposed to be a group of individuals and institutions cut across institutional categories government business academic..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"And and and our work for better for worse. I did stop. So we don't WanNa make them smarter. But we would like to figure out social judo and s by as far as I'll go. Okay. Interesting. So there's there's there's considerations there to around. Can We? Can we extract from? I, mean. This is this sounds like international politics intelligence in the first place can we can we pull in everything that we wanna pull in but not be permeable ourselves to have folks learn things And there's a parallel here. This is complex. Helped me remember why I started on this. Is Self interest of organized crime to take seriously why has every go to General? We don't know how long it will take to get to. Super. Goes to super without initial conditions being in good shape. We're toes. Now is a parallel. During the Cold War. Carl Sagan went running around saying. If. You have always explosions get enough dust in the air thus clouds in the air that you knock off your vegetation. So I don't care whether Moscow or Washington has a first strike defense or a second strike defense reviser both toast. So you've got to stop it because there's no winner. No matter what you do. No matter what you do you lose. All right. So the same thing we're saying, no matter what organized crime does. They're. GonNa lose with the rest of us. If we don't get the generally I write that moving this Super A. A soubriquet I can mess around organized crime just like they could mess around with you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm thinking forward or I guess we'll close the gap more on Agi and on Super Intelligence you know I'm imagining going through this process with you know high up folks in China High Up folks in the United States and it start at one level I. Imagine there might be a Delphi cycle of sorts and possible scenario through, and then maybe it will go up to a higher level and hopefully there will be more powerful folks involved. It would seem as though it would be challenging to come to a same page conclusion about sort of where Agi. Should land whether it be in whose hands or representing what kinds of values or it doesn't do this but it can do this. You know on these are impossible things but you know we might as well take a swing because if you know imminent destruction the alternative, why not? What is the approach to wiggle around advocates? You know you can imagine all these all these human rights, things that Europe in the US are going to tout may not exactly be you know privacy and whatnot may not exactly be China's Cup of tea no matter how you slice it. How you frame cut is a process like this help try to find middle ground if there is one..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"You. So as you right 'cause I heard while the story started get outside of the box lot at because you're trying to find the dynamics of cause-effect. Current you didn't think about before so it should evolve beyond your original expectation then you're learning. Got It, you mentioned the steering committee on some level should be open to that learning and be and be responsible to saying, okay. The these are the plausible scenarios we ought to discuss that we believe are most likely to be worth considering I. WanNa Pivot towards your eventually gonna be touching more and more on the governance of artificial general intelligence I happen. To believe that this is such a complicated scenario that it will imply some kind of a pooling of thought rather than hypothesizing in some academic tower or by some some individual brilliant scientists when it comes to coming up with ideas about how the future will be. Sometimes those have to do with real power struggles with the territory lines with the policies of. Across borders and boundaries. This process are there instances of this process where we've talked about very contentious issues with? Competitor's more or less, and are there any unique insights from that? Oh absolutely this is one of the essential assumption on the money and project his to global futures research. Locally not to have a PhD from Beijing. Moscow. At Harvard, with both got PhD's from Stanford know that's not global research. So. He leaves that like we have no in in Beijing and a node in Tehran as well as the than an silicon balance Cetera. So by having a mix of these people you onto the address questions but a question then your question, I assume going into the eye. On as we're preparing to work on a government study. One of CO partners will be the Chinese Academy of Social Science Institutes. Of saw technology saw technology the legal stuff all the well, we're working on this technology of a on. So, this is. Including, China in the conversation from round one. Because if we're going to create these international agreements and treaties and governed systems gotta how? China. And others gang so we start them to.

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"That's good. Then you say. What scenario? What strategy should? I should I have the works in all of those? All right. That's the normal sort of superficial scenario plant, which is better than doing nothing on argue against because it's easy for people to do consultants work with it into understand. The real reason for joins narrows originally was. Her write a story reels Murray not describing a state. Like in a movie. A. Zach you have to have. With plausible stuff not that's the truth but Klaus we'll start why? Because as you write a scenario, you'll get to a point. You say, I have no idea what happens next this is crazy. I never thought of Oma John We've got to stop and you stop and then you do your research, call your friends you know all all that sort of stuff to fill in. The value, the original value of a scenario. was to force you into a position where you and your colleagues have insights into what you didn't even know to ask. Quick Vignette. Corporation was ideas was what happens if there's years ago? What happens? No thermonuclear war doesn't occur in years. But in Orbison to crisis comes up and you might have. While Caused. Trouble with thirty year cat. Is that you you? You don't know who's in the Kremlin? Furthermore International Affairs have changed enough. You may be looking at Beijing, etc. Right. So the whole idea of mutual assured destruction was you had to prove to your opponent you're crazy enough to press the button. How you convince an unknown power structure in an unknown political geopolitical on the world that you're crazy enough press the button. They didn't know. So you stop writing. And you do research and you think all right and they don't do that anymore. So you're stop and say I don't know all right now what they did was they came up with fallout shelters. Your original reason for fallout shelters had nothing to do with people being thousands of years underneath the ground. Would it had to do with his convincing your opponents? That you're crazy. Enough press the button. How by having real fallout shelters and then you say everybody go. So the in this scenario, the your opponents sees news stories video. Mass crowds in New York City going up massive crowds in. Chicago mass crowds Los Angeles the whole country is going to these fallout jobs. What does the opponent? Thank you guys are crazy..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"The Rand Corporation had to figure out how to beat World War Three. Well, we didn't know a lot about that beginning, but you had all these brilliant people that don't always cooperate. And sometimes in the military, sometimes, people were afraid to criticize admiral if there are only a cap yeah you avoid all this crap by saying here's around one tended out and they response good. But without a names, no one knows that you're a private or a president is state. and. So the ideas become persuasive rather than personalities or your. Then, all those responses but also happens to sometimes someone doesn't respond to somebody else's idea. If they're in person Zanele on that yeah all but then the second round, those ideas on the first are in there. So you have to respond to all that second first-round stop that you wouldn't normally have responded to. The same thing goes on those results. Everything has a chance to be responded to without name rank serial number so that ideas become persuasive by itself. So it was a way to collect intelligence at a have it learned through innovations so it wasn't just saying what's the state of the art of thinking is like you're gonNA improve state of the art is thanking as itself yeah. A I I go by. And that's brilliant. It's Great I. Still Think it's one of the best there is however what happens if you're in a hurry? Light with Kopech nine stuff you know you. Aren't working on that one. Now, you're going to do what we call a real time Delphi. That came up because of time..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"So Jerome got a lot to talk about here in terms of artificial intelligence governance, , artificial general intelligence. . The reason I think this conversation will be fun is because you've thought through some future scenarios with with very large organizations for many years. . Very High Level and you've learned a lot in the process of what is the process for pulling together different stakeholders imagining, , what will the future be? ? What should we do I? ? Mean very complicated. . You go about it. . Of course, , one of the first things you do is you gotta find out the state of the art of whatever it is you know is there is, , let's say five elements to it or ten elements, , and you know was the state of the art on this element on this element, , this element, , this element. . Now myself I won't know enough to do that. . So we have a global network of networks sixty five nodes. . Return Network himself within countries, , and so I can say, , here's where we are so far and they tell me what else ought to be considered. . So there's so as global sort of a state of the art assessment finger. . Yeah and then within that <hes> with take a look and say what questions were not asked the authorities have been asked. . and. What . questions were as but answered, , superficial. . That gives us questions to as in a Delphi study, , which is a questionnaire goes around the world. . And the results of that then becomes guts content to create draft scenarios. . We send address narrows back out and everybody hasn't at Pat and presides over, , and then we can say, , okay, , what do you do about this scenario? ? What did you do about it? ? You'll see a good action as well as scenarios this sort of a general approach <hes>. . So you talked about the Delphi study I actually recall you bringing this up the first time you and I chatted I don't remember who has five years ago or something wild like that. . Speak briefly about wooded Delphi study is so I like finger on the pulse what are we missing? ? Pulling, , those ideas together and then there's this kind of dispersion to generate even more. . What is the Delphi study. . Delphi questionnaire. . Whose second round. . Is. . Determined by the results of the first round. . And third round is determined by the results the second route. . <hes> the reason for it was that there were generals and admirals and experts that don't always the same room with each other at the Rand Corporation.

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Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

"So Jerome got a lot to talk about here in terms of artificial intelligence governance, artificial general intelligence. The reason I think this conversation will be fun is because you've thought through some future scenarios with with very large organizations for many years. Very High Level and you've learned a lot in the process of what is the process for pulling together different stakeholders imagining, what will the future be? What should we do I? Mean very complicated. You go about it. Of course, one of the first things you do is you gotta find out the state of the art of whatever it is you know is there is, let's say five elements to it or ten elements, and you know was the state of the art on this element on this element, this element, this element. Now myself I won't know enough to do that. So we have a global network of networks sixty five nodes. Return Network himself within countries, and so I can say, here's where we are so far and they tell me what else ought to be considered. So there's so as global sort of a state of the art assessment finger. Yeah and then within that with take a look and say what questions were not asked the authorities have been asked. and. What questions were as but answered, superficial. That gives us questions to as in a Delphi study, which is a questionnaire goes around the world. And the results of that then becomes guts content to create draft scenarios. We send address narrows back out and everybody hasn't at Pat and presides over, and then we can say, okay, what do you do about this scenario? What did you do about it? You'll see a good action as well as scenarios this sort of a general approach So you talked about the Delphi study I actually recall you bringing this up the first time you and I chatted I don't remember who has five years ago or something wild like that. Speak briefly about wooded Delphi study is so I like finger on the pulse what are we missing? Pulling, those ideas together and then there's this kind of dispersion to generate even more. What is the Delphi study. Delphi questionnaire. Whose second round. Is. Determined by the results of the first round. And third round is determined by the results the second route. the reason for it was that there were generals and admirals and experts that don't always the same room with each other at the Rand Corporation.

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"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"This is Daniel Fidel in you're listening to our Saturday futures series. This twelve part series is about artificial intelligence. In, this episode nine in this series, we've talked about near-term governance considerations for AI and also long-term. What's IT GONNA take it both a national and international level to sort of forge a future with it's very powerful technology in the decades ahead that hopefully be an aggregate good one, not one that instigates more economic disparity or war or other negative consequences that we'd like to avoid, and there are few people who've done more futures thinking and thinking about policy the future of governments future of enterprises I ended mapping those futures out then Jerome Glenn who is the founder of the Millennium Project to for a quarter of a century has been running the. Millennium Project, and essentially doing just that working with governments working with large organizations from the Red Cross to the government of Korea to sort of map out what the future looks like under different circumstances into poll together varied stakeholders often internationally to think about how we can get along what kind of future we want to craft and what's going to be a forged win win scenario for that future. Maybe we can do to prepare for it We speak with Jerome this week about what that would look for artificial general intelligence towards the latter part of this twelve part series, and we're on episode nine. So this is the back half for sure. We're GONNA be talking more and more about the long term consequences of strong ai when this technology becomes very powerful. The big question in today's episode is will, what does it mean to prepare for that? Who needs to be at the table in order to make sure that that's a peaceful transition? What kind of questions do we need to ask in order to ensure that we're sort of buffering against risks in so much as we can actually do that and jerome with his experience and exactly the space sort of breaks that down in depth I'd love to get your thoughts on this episode in this series in general, you can go to e.. N. E..

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"millennium project" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Ideas

"In two thousand and three. Thomas King traveled across Canada delivering his Massey lectures called the truth about stories and native narrative. Each talk may start and end with variations of the same stories. But the insights and emotions they contain are varied and complicated. This second lecture looks at the ways. Indigenous people see themselves and have been seen how they represent themselves and are represented. It's all described through the mind and experience of Thomas King. At Cherokee European, writer and photographer, american-born and Ontario based here. He is with your. Not. The Indian had in mind reported at Memorial University in Saint John's in two, thousand and three. Started did you might be sorry? This is the second of the Massey lectures. There's a story I know it's about the earth and how it floats in space on the back of a turtle. I've heard this story many times and each time. Someone tells the story changes. Sometimes it changes simply the voice of the storyteller. Sometimes it changes in the details. Sometimes in the order of events. Other Times. It's the dialogue the response of the audience, but in all the telling of all the tellers, the world never leaves the turtle's back and the. Turtle never swims away. One time it was in less bridge I think. A young boy in the audience asked about the earth the turtle. If the Earth was on the back of the turtle. What was below the Turtle? Another turtle, the storyteller told. And below that? Another turtle. And below that. Colonel. The will began to laugh enjoying the game I imagine so. How many turtles are there? He wanted to know. Storyteller shrugged. No one knows for sure. She told him, but it's turtles all the way down. The, truth about stories is that's all we are. You can't understand the world without telling a story. The unabashed Nabi writer Gerald. vizner tells us there isn't any center to the world but a story. Nine hundred and ninety four I came up with a bright idea of traveling around North America, taking black and white portraits of native artists. For a book Millennium Project actually I figured I'd spend a couple of months each year on the road, traveling to cities and towns and reserves and in Canada and the United States, and when two thousand and rolled around there I'd be with a terrific coffee table book to welcome the next thousand years. I should tell you that I had not come up with this idea on my own. As a matter of fact, Edward Sheriff Curtis had already done it. Photographed Indians that is. Indeed. Curtis is probably the most famous of the Indian photographers. He started this project of photographing the Indians of North America around nineteen hundred, and for the next thirty years he roamed the continent, producing some forty thousand negatives. Which more than twenty two hundred were published. Curtis was fascinated by the idea of the North American Indian was actually obsessed with it. And he was determined to capture that idea that image before it vanished. This was a common concern among intellectuals and artists and social scientists turn of the nineteenth century who believe that while Europeans in the new world were poised on the brink of new adventure. The Indian was poised on the brink of extinction. In literature in the United States this particular span of time is known as the American romantic period, and the Indian was tailor made for it with its emphasis on feeling this interest in nature, it's fascination with exoticism, mysticism, and eroticism, and its preoccupation with the glorification of the past American Romanticism, found in the Indian assemble in which all these concerns could be united. Prior to the nineteenth century, the prevalent image of the Indian had been that of inferior being. The Romantics imagine their Indian is dying, but in that dying in that passed away disappearing from the stage of human progress, there was also. A sense of nobility. One of the favourite narrative strategies was to create a single heroic. Male of course. James. Damore Cooper's Chin Gach Cook John Augusta Stones at Amora Henry Wadsworth long fellows, Hiawatha and Indian, who was the last of his race. Indeed during this period death, nobility were sympathetic ideas that complemented one another and writers during the first half of the nineteenth century. Use Them at close association, Creating Literary Shroud in which to wrap the Indian and bury them. Edgar Allan Poe believed that the most poetic topic in the world was the death of a beautiful woman. For the literature produced during the nineteenth century, second place would have to go to the death of the Indian. Not that Indians were dying. To be sure while many of the tribes who lived along the east coast of North America in the interior of Lower Canada and then the Connecticut, Ohio and Saint Lawrence River Valleys had been injured and disoriented by years of almost continuous warfare by European diseases, and by the destructive push of settlers, cheap land, the vast majority of the tribes were a comfortable distance away from the grave. This was the Indian a fact. Mean eighteen thirty when the American President Andrew Jackson fulfilling an election promise to as western and southern supporters pushed the removal act through Congress. He did so in order to get rid of thousands of Indians particularly the Cherokee the choctaw, the chickasaw, the creeks in the seminal, who were not dying and not particularly interested in going anywhere. These were not the Indians. Curtis went west to find. Curtis was looking for the literary Indian the dying in Indian the imaginative construct, and to make sure that he would find what he wanted to fight. He took a long boxes of Indian Paraphernalia. Wigs blankets painted backdrops clothing in Casey ran into Indians, who did not look as the Indian was supposed to look. I collect postcards old ones new ones. Postcards Depict Indians and Indian subjects high of one from the nineteen twenties that shows an Indian Lacrosse team in Oklahoma. Another is a hand colored rendering of the Sherman Indian School in California. A third is a cartoon of an Indian man fishing in the background. While in the foreground, a tourist takes a picture of the man's wife, and their seven kids with rather purell caption, and what does the chief do when he's not fishing? One of my favorites is a photograph of a group of Indians and full headdresses. Golfing Banff Springs Hotel Golf Course. In one, thousand, nine, hundred three. The photograph was taken by Brian Harman and shows. Jim Brewster in Norman Luxton to banff locals caddying for. We'll looks to be five Indians who are identified only as to stoney Indian chiefs. I like this particular postcard because there's an element of play in the image of Indians beat it outfits and full headdresses leaning on their golf clubs. While their horses graze in the background. And because I can't tell if the person on the T..

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"millennium project" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on KTRH

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"millennium project" Discussed on Urban Futures Podcast

Urban Futures Podcast

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"millennium project" Discussed on Urban Futures Podcast

"Welcome to another road of the urban futures podcast these Jones into base bestowed. We have the pleasure to speak with Suka. Heynen super is professor of Futures Studies at the University of two and a full member of the club of Rome. She actively promotes fishers. Learning is here to talk about. How a future surrendered. Approach can be used supposedly to influence outcomes in urban planning circa. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much for reminding me here you have worked in several projects ranging from technology for side to the future of CDs in rural areas before we dig deeper into some of you work. Tell us about your personal story in. How do you become interested in working at this junction of Futures Research and the environment? That is indeed an interesting story. Because when I graduated as a Master of arts from Helsinki University it was not self evident that I end up here where I am now. So it turned out so that I had a possibility to apply for a job at bt. Vity is Technica Research Centre of Finland employing more than three thousand researches so I as a master of arts we'll see employed to this hard core technology center. I went exactly to the unit that studied urban planning urban studies communities and besides that The field of Fuser's bodies will entering Finland. At the time circa. You grew up in. Helsinki fins are well known for having strong bond with nature in the more than fifty percents of your country. Area is under forest land. What is that human nature relationship that you have grown to know as a fan? Growing UP IN HELSINKI ACTUALLY. Naser is really important for us. Finns it is something very embedded in our personalities even in our soul so it is sometimes called as our religion so we want to have nature around us whether we are living in city or in the countryside. So we need these Release Naira relation to nature and the natural environment all the time so We are lucky because our cities are always surrounded by a lot of nature so it means a lot. So where does that human nature relationship that you find here? In Finland that is so hard to find elsewhere. I think it is The respect for nature on the time. Let's take an example Muncie area for example and then dairy Sablan that the trees are cut down and new buildings are being built. There is strong resistance from citizens citizens residents. They know that they need this kind of connection to nature solve. They want to conserve and preserve nature as much as possible. Helsinki is growing in developing new public infrastructure particularly in Syrian areas of the city. This is a challenge when we think about the future of the cultural aspects that are linked to people relationship with nature. What are some examples of developments? He Ain't Helsinki in which you have seen. There may be some resistance towards development in order to preserve natural areas. I think this resistance to every act soon to try to remove nature or of further away is the mainstream really In Finland and in Helsinki area we are lucky because the land area is quite large so we can have both built environment and the natural environment in balance together in the same city and in Finland. Of course the climate is rather harsh. Sometimes in the winter we get snow. Even here in Helsinki and then we also have these tragedies of a cross country skiing. So in the core of Helsinki City there is this phenomenon called skiing urbanism. That means that people want to start skiing right after of their door and they enter the nature. That's even possible. You can make it compatible with city structure. How do you in the course of development? How do you see? Helsinki has changed. Because you have lived here for. How long have you lived in Helsinki? Now I was born in Helsinki and I'm now sixty six years old so I've lived all my life here and I've been following the growth of course population. Crows is happening. All the time and physical built environment is changing but not radically. I would say that Helsinki city has managed succeeded. Not Spoiling the landscape. Urban landscape be the high rise skyscrapers et Cetera or trying to a construct buildings. That are alienating people I think it is very liveable city and if you look at the statistics. International Statistics Helsinki has been rated among the most livable cities in the world. And that is exactly because of the scale. Human scale citizens are taking into consideration circa. Do you have worked at the crossroads of futures in city planning applying what is called systematic futures thinking for those listening who don't have the background on futures research. How do you define systematic futures thinking in? Why's that important? It is actually very exciting to know that. Futures Research is a discipline. It is an academic field and at the core of these academic field is systematic feuds thinking so at the University of Georgia we have International Masters Program and even doctoral program in Futures Studies. Systematic feud says thinking is the starting point there are specific broaches specific methods that are being applied in this field and what it means systematic. It means that we really whenever we are studying the future of cities. Let's say we always have systems view. We are not looking only at housing or only transportation. That happens inside city. We are looking at the whole system cities as a system and then another thing that is important criteria is that we have a long term view. He and the long term view doesn't mean only ten or twenty years. It could even mean one hundred years. We should have this. Long-term you systems view looking holistically at the topic that we are studying and using systematically different methods that have been developed for example. So-called Millennium Project has a methods toolbox that consists of thirty different methods and also the Phoenix Society for future. Studies has recently published a book that covers more than twenty different methods. That can be used in future research and talking about these methods. What are some of those tools that you have used the have given the most interesting results like for example? What about weak signals? Yes that's one very interesting. mess Look at the week's signals but before going league signals I would like to emphasize. Is that urban studies and futures studies are very closely related because when we con plan and construct cities they are meant to survive for many centuries even so this kind of long term. Planning long-term horizon is already embedded in urban planning and studies but we can enrich urban studies when we introduce different message from feuds studies. So we sing. Now's is part of the first phase that we do when we start a project. It's called Horizon. Scanning we look at Feuds signals seeing mouse of Jane. The strongest signals are mega trends. We look at Mega trends success. Climate change population grows et Cetera. But then we can also have a look at weeks signals and we sing is a sign of an emerging Isuzu Finoman. It can be very much in the marginal. It's not visible even on unless you look very carefully but it is important and interesting in a sense that if one of these weeks thing nose starts to strengthen itself then if we have early on idea what it can be rea- have sort of competitive so that the reason behind this method of we sing now and tally in one of the research projects we had we started by looking at zing now specifically of course. We have to bear in mind all the time. Those global mega trends. They are not going anywhere. They are there but it is not enough to look at the mega trends. We have to look at medium sized Trans and also this week's mouse. And how can someone train to see her pinpoint those weak signals in an everyday life there are specific means and tools that we can try to strengthen this kind of capacity first of all you have to identify weeks he knows and but those are not easy to identify. Now that's the most challenging part. They can go missed neglected ignored. And that is because if you look at only those mainstream things that are happening if you don't chump out of the box and if you don't use your Berry Berry Farrell reason. It is difficult to identify weeks. Nas using the very feral visa means that you are looking not where you are normally looking but in the marginals it can be something that you notice. When you are walking on the street you'll see your small sign or a small special bootie for some new things or it can be something that you hear from one of your friends or colleagues that they have seen somewhere but it is something that is not yet in the mainstream or something that is known so if you ask people do you know about this phenomenon. It should be something that not everybody knows about it. I can give you one example when we think about cities. And let's take Helsinki City as an example. Let's say fifteen years ago. There was not a single Vegan restaurant in the city. So veganism started to grow when we restaurants were opened and that was of course because there was demand some people changed their lifestyles and they not only vegetarian but Do the extreme form beads veganism. And now when we look at the cityscape we can easily find more than five Vegan restaurants in the city centre so that is a phenomenon that started somewhere at some point. It was not even known what we eat. Some people didn't know and now it has become not yet a trend but almost trained and and this is where you really have to pay attention to see whether this very small signs do have potential to become a dominant trends like in the case of vagueness exactly and if you if you have identified we sing. Now's and if you think that those phenomenon are something that are desirable then developing cities of course then it is wise to find out measures how to how to strengthen that phenomen actually. I could tell another example over week thing now that was actually established in in in housing again. This kind of a bottom up activities citizens like to invent things. They like to do activities fall themselves. Basically this kind of restaurant. Dave start it in Helsinki one day Anybody good open up. A restaurant bake or Kook something and go to the street or from their flat. Open the window sale outside that was something revolutionary and it hadn't happened before and then it was like becoming very popular so that also sign over vehic. Seeing now that actually was strengthened. When you look at Finland how do you compare phenomena and urban issues? What is your view? When you compare Helsinki for example with other model cities Helsinki has some special qualities..

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"millennium project" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"millennium project" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Georgia is a place between mountains in the Black Sea. And they're known for being the first nation on earth to make wine. But now they wanna make wine on Mars, and they have a mild climate is perfect for vineyards. And it's developed a thriving wine tourism industry, but now the co founder of the project wants to develop grape varieties that will be able to grow on the red planet Mars. He says Georgians with first winemakers on earth. And now we hope to pioneer viticulture on the planet next door. So NASA has put out its feelers to the public and ask them to contribute ideas for sustaining human presence on Mars. So the group of Georgian researchers and entrepreneurs got together, and they wanna make the country's winemaking inter planetary not just on earth. But on earth. And on Mars in Georgians, the really good at making wine. They've been doing it for about eight thousand years longer than any nation. That's because our geologists they found traces of wine residue in each int- clay vessels. So they made this new project it's called IX millennium. And it's a reference to Georgia's long history of winemaking, and I ex millennium is managed by consortium set up by the Georgia space research agency, Belise business technology university, the national museum in a company called space farms now, the Saul might seem kinda crazy. You know might just seem like somebody's making up an idea for a book or something for a story, but people are actually working on this. They're taking the time out of their day. They're spending their own money. And they're hoping that this actually becomes a thing. Because NASA wants to send a manned mission the Mars in about twenty five years. Spacex who's Elon Musk company has set a goal. For about fifteen years. So let's just say, you know, say twenty five years say if NASA does the manned mission in twenty five years. What do you wanna drink on Mars? Do you want to drink water? Do you wanna drink soda or would you like to sit back sip a little bit of wine? You're hanging out on Mars, you're on the red planet. You're with your buddies who made the trip with you the long arduous journey. Do you wanna drink water or do you want to have a little civil line? Well. I think these Georgian people really want you to drink someone in there working on it. They have some breakthrough results in one of the scientists working on the project Astrobiologist is developing bacteria that can turn Martian soil into fertile soil. And researchers have already achieved a breakthrough in results with some foam Martian soil in their laboratory. So they're actually working on this stuff, and they collected bacteria from regions of Georgia with extreme ecosystems such as hot sulphur springs that may strains capable living in Martian conditions. So they're working on things on earth with bacteria that could be used on the red planet in what the bacteria would do is that they would transform the lifeless surface of Mars into fertile soil where the future Mars colonists would be able to cultivate. Plants now that introduces bacteria onto another planet. Most of the time you're not really supposed to be doing that. But maybe if you're going to survive at another planet. That's another thing, you know, if you want to survive in grow plants while not just wind, but if you wanna go plants that you can survive on then maybe we do need to do this in the future or find another way that doesn't use bacteria, and these scientists are also testing the skins of Georgia's five hundred twenty five grape varieties to see which are most resistant to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation that hits the Martian surface in their preliminary results showed that a pale skinned variety of grapes, which is the popular variety of produces white wines with crisp green apple flavors is the best in all tra- violent race, so far so the founder of space farms company, which is part of the millennium project said in the. Distant future, Martian, colonists will be able to grow plants directly in Martian soil. But first we need to create a model of completely controlled sustainable Martian greenhouses, and they're not just doing things than a lab the building vertical farming laboratory a new laboratory, which is called the ideal technology for Martian Angra culture in the future in the plants will grow in a specificity located inside a hotel trendy hotel. I guess, and it's laid out in vertically stacked layers with carefully controlled temperature light in humidity. So the next step for these scientists is to grow their grapes in simulated Martian environment in a lab now under construction at the business technology university plants will be subjected to sub-zero celsius temperatures, high levels of radiation and carbon monoxide high-altitude air pressure. And they said they'll be able to. Identify breed food crops resistant to the problems caused by global climate change. So they're actually doing this. They're growing Mars, grapes growing grapes here that they could ship to Mars and make the wine sometime, hopefully, the science that they put together can help us grow plants on Mars as well.

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"millennium project" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"millennium project" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Three two one. We have ignition and liftoff. Hello and welcome back to the space news pod. Your daily source, I space science and tech news. Mars get as the dry dry place while there's some water there. But there are some farmers some grape farmers, some wineries that are interested in being the first to make wine on Mars, and I'm gonna get into that in just a moment. But I have to pay a few bills. Do a pause for the cause. So be right back with some more information about grapes on Mars. Hi, everyone. I would've let you know about inker dot FM. It's where I host podcast in. I find that. It's the easiest place to do that. And it gives you everything that you need in one place for free, which you can start podcasting from your phone or from your computer. You don't need special crazy equipment to start doing it. You can talk into your phone delete editing equipment that costs thousands of dollars to start a podcast. You can do it from anywhere. And when you're done recording your episode anchored at FM will distribute it so it can be hard everywhere on Spotify, apple podcast, Google, podcasts, Stitcher. Every place podcast can be heard in you can make money with your podcast. It's pretty simple. There's no minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast while download the crap or go to anchor FM to get started. Georgia is a place between mountains in the Black Sea. And they're known for being the first nation on earth to make wine. But now they wanna make wine on Mars, and they have a mild climate is perfect for vineyards. And it's developed a thriving wine tourism industry, but now the co founder of the project wants to develop grape varieties that will be able to grow on the red planet Mars. He says Georgians with first winemakers on earth. And now we hope to pioneer viticulture on the planet next door. So NASA has put out its feelers to the public and ask them to contribute ideas for sustaining human presence on Mars. So the group of Georgian researchers and entrepreneurs got together, and they wanna make the country's winemaking inter planetary not just on earth. But on earth. And on Mars in Georgians, the really good at making wine. They've been doing it for about eight thousand years longer than any nation. That's because our geologists they found traces of wine residue in each int- clay vessels. So they made this new project it's called IX millennium. And it's a reference to Georgia's long history of winemaking, and I ex millennium is managed by consortium set up by the Georgia space research agency, Belise business technology university, the national museum in a company called space farms now, the Saul might seem kinda crazy. You know might just seem like somebody's making up an idea for a book or something for a story, but people are actually working on this. They're taking the time out of their day. They're spending their own money. And they're hoping that this actually becomes a thing. Because NASA wants to send a manned mission the Mars in about twenty five years. Spacex who's Elon Musk company has set a goal. For about fifteen years. So let's just say, you know, say twenty five years say if NASA does the manned mission in twenty five years. What do you wanna drink on Mars? Do you want to drink water? Do you wanna drink soda or would you like to sit back sip a little bit of wine? You're hanging out on Mars, you're on the red planet. You're with your buddies who made the trip with you the long arduous journey. Do you wanna drink water or do you want to have a little civil line? Well. I think these Georgian people really want you to drink someone in there working on it. They have some breakthrough results in one of the scientists working on the project Astrobiologist is developing bacteria that can turn Martian soil into fertile soil. And researchers have already achieved a breakthrough in results with some foam Martian soil in their laboratory. So they're actually working on this stuff, and they collected bacteria from regions of Georgia with extreme ecosystems such as hot sulphur springs that may strains capable living in Martian conditions. So they're working on things on earth with bacteria that could be used on the red planet in what the bacteria would do is that they would transform the lifeless surface of Mars into fertile soil where the future Mars colonists would be able to cultivate. Plants now that introduces bacteria onto another planet. Most of the time you're not really supposed to be doing that. But maybe if you're going to survive at another planet. That's another thing, you know, if you want to survive in grow plants while not just wind, but if you wanna go plants that you can survive on then maybe we do need to do this in the future or find another way that doesn't use bacteria, and these scientists are also testing the skins of Georgia's five hundred twenty five grape varieties to see which are most resistant to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation that hits the Martian surface in their preliminary results showed that a pale skinned variety of grapes, which is the popular variety of produces white wines with crisp green apple flavors is the best in all tra- violent race, so far so the founder of space farms company, which is part of the millennium project said in the. Distant future, Martian, colonists will be able to grow plants directly in Martian soil. But first we need to create a model of completely controlled sustainable Martian greenhouses, and they're not just doing things than a lab the building vertical farming laboratory a new laboratory, which is called the ideal technology for Martian Angra culture in the future in the plants will grow in a specificity located inside a hotel trendy hotel. I guess, and it's laid out in vertically stacked layers with carefully controlled temperature light in humidity. So the next step for these scientists is to grow their grapes in simulated Martian environment in a lab now under construction at the business technology university plants will be subjected to sub-zero celsius temperatures, high levels of radiation and carbon monoxide high-altitude air pressure. And they said they'll be able to. Identify breed food crops resistant to the problems caused by global climate change. So they're actually doing this. They're growing Mars, grapes growing grapes here that they could ship to Mars and make the wine sometime, hopefully, the science that they put together can help us grow plants on Mars as well. Now, I wanna give a special shout out to Rick who just joined us on patriots the newest member of our patriot family. Thank you so much for joining the crew. And they also want to say that if you're interested in joining up, you can go patriot dot com slash space news podcast. It's his little as one dollar per month to help out every little bit counts. So thank you so much for that. In the best way to help out is just to listen to the podcast subscribe to listen every single day. So thank you so much for taking the time to your day to spend it here with me on the space news pod. Your host will. And I will see you see.

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Georgia is trying to convince NASA to make WINE on Mars

SPACE NEWS POD

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Georgia is trying to convince NASA to make WINE on Mars

"Georgia is a place between mountains in the Black Sea. And they're known for being the first nation on earth to make wine. But now they wanna make wine on Mars, and they have a mild climate is perfect for vineyards. And it's developed a thriving wine tourism industry, but now the co founder of the project wants to develop grape varieties that will be able to grow on the red planet Mars. He says Georgians with first winemakers on earth. And now we hope to pioneer viticulture on the planet next door. So NASA has put out its feelers to the public and ask them to contribute ideas for sustaining human presence on Mars. So the group of Georgian researchers and entrepreneurs got together, and they wanna make the country's winemaking inter planetary not just on earth. But on earth. And on Mars in Georgians, the really good at making wine. They've been doing it for about eight thousand years longer than any nation. That's because our geologists they found traces of wine residue in each int- clay vessels. So they made this new project it's called IX millennium. And it's a reference to Georgia's long history of winemaking, and I ex millennium is managed by consortium set up by the Georgia space research agency, Belise business technology university, the national museum in a company called space farms now, the Saul might seem kinda crazy. You know might just seem like somebody's making up an idea for a book or something for a story, but people are actually working on this. They're taking the time out of their day. They're spending their own money. And they're hoping that this actually becomes a thing. Because NASA wants to send a manned mission the Mars in about twenty five years. Spacex who's Elon Musk company has set a goal. For about fifteen years. So let's just say, you know, say twenty five years say if NASA does the manned mission in twenty five years. What do you wanna drink on Mars? Do you want to drink water? Do you wanna drink soda or would you like to sit back sip a little bit of wine? You're hanging out on Mars, you're on the red planet. You're with your buddies who made the trip with you the long arduous journey. Do you wanna drink water or do you want to have a little civil line? Well. I think these Georgian people really want you to drink someone in there working on it. They have some breakthrough results in one of the scientists working on the project Astrobiologist is developing bacteria that can turn Martian soil into fertile soil. And researchers have already achieved a breakthrough in results with some foam Martian soil in their laboratory. So they're actually working on this stuff, and they collected bacteria from regions of Georgia with extreme ecosystems such as hot sulphur springs that may strains capable living in Martian conditions. So they're working on things on earth with bacteria that could be used on the red planet in what the bacteria would do is that they would transform the lifeless surface of Mars into fertile soil where the future Mars colonists would be able to cultivate. Plants now that introduces bacteria onto another planet. Most of the time you're not really supposed to be doing that. But maybe if you're going to survive at another planet. That's another thing, you know, if you want to survive in grow plants while not just wind, but if you wanna go plants that you can survive on then maybe we do need to do this in the future or find another way that doesn't use bacteria, and these scientists are also testing the skins of Georgia's five hundred twenty five grape varieties to see which are most resistant to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation that hits the Martian surface in their preliminary results showed that a pale skinned variety of grapes, which is the popular variety of produces white wines with crisp green apple flavors is the best in all tra- violent race, so far so the founder of space farms company, which is part of the millennium project said in the. Distant future, Martian, colonists will be able to grow plants directly in Martian soil. But first we need to create a model of completely controlled sustainable Martian greenhouses, and they're not just doing things than a lab the building vertical farming laboratory a new laboratory, which is called the ideal technology for Martian Angra culture in the future in the plants will grow in a specificity located inside a hotel trendy hotel. I guess, and it's laid out in vertically stacked layers with carefully controlled temperature light in humidity. So the next step for these scientists is to grow their grapes in simulated Martian environment in a lab now under construction at the business technology university plants will be subjected to sub-zero celsius temperatures, high levels of radiation and carbon monoxide high-altitude air pressure. And they said they'll be able to. Identify breed food crops resistant to the problems caused by global climate change. So they're actually doing this. They're growing Mars, grapes growing grapes here that they could ship to Mars and make the wine sometime, hopefully, the science that they put together can help us grow plants on Mars as well.

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"millennium project" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"millennium project" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

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