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Monday, July 31, 2023

Are you on a mission from God?

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Sunday, July 30, 2023

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Politics is ethics writ large

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Title: Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Entrepreneurs

Introduction:

The closing of the American frontier in the late 1800s marked the end of an era of boundless opportunities, pioneers, and unexplored territories. 

Similarly, the modern frontier of entrepreneurship, which experienced a surge in the late 1900s, appears to be facing its own closure. The landscape of independent business startups is encountering significant challenges, as identified by Edmund Phelps in "Mass Flourishing" and Amar Bhide in "The Venturesome Economy." 

This article explores the reasons why the American entrepreneur, once celebrated as a symbol of innovation and prosperity, might be fading into the annals of history.

1. Decline of the West, the American Frontier:

In 1890, the U.S. Census Bureau declared that the West, the American frontier, was officially "closed." The dreams of pioneers seeking new lands and boundless opportunities were officially coming to an end. The nation shifted its focus to industrialization and urbanization, leaving behind the myth of the untamed West.

2. The Entrepreneurship Bubble and Its Challenges:

Similarly, in the late 1900s, a new frontier emerged—the realm of entrepreneurship. Driven by technological advancements and a cultural shift valuing innovation, startups became symbols of progress and change. However, the euphoria surrounding entrepreneurship faces harsh realities.

3. The Realities of "Mass Flourishing":

Edmund Phelps' "Mass Flourishing" offers insights into the decline of entrepreneurial dynamism, innovation, and creativity within society. Factors such as institutional barriers, economic inequality, and short-term focus have stifled the spirit of entrepreneurship, making it harder for startups to thrive.

4. The Significance of "The Venturesome Economy":

Amar Bhide's "The Venturesome Economy" underscores the importance of small, independent startups in driving economic growth and innovation. Yet, the challenges of the modern business landscape threaten the venturesome spirit.

5. Facing the Reality:

Amid the optimism and resources dedicated to entrepreneurship education, we must confront the truth: the American entrepreneur, once an icon of self-reliance, may be fading away. The dream of pursuing independent business ventures is facing unprecedented challenges.

6. "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Entrepreneurs":

As we ponder the closing frontier of entrepreneurship, the lyrics of "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" echo a poignant truth. The notion of the rugged individualist forging their path may be a relic of the past. Today, the average American is more likely to be a cog in the machine rather than the rare shopkeeper of yesteryears.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, the parallels between the closing of the American frontier and the decline of modern entrepreneurship are striking. Edmund Phelps' insights from "Mass Flourishing" and Amar Bhide's wisdom in "The Venturesome Economy" shed light on the challenges faced by aspiring entrepreneurs. Just as the American West is never coming back, the romanticized era of the American entrepreneur may be a thing of the past.

Acknowledging this reality does not diminish the importance of entrepreneurship (a skill in my opinion best expressed in the overlooked book “Just Start” published by Harvard Business Review Press, co-written by one of the better presidents of Babson College, which for decades has held itself out as the premiere source of entrepreneurship training) as a driver of progress.

Rather, it calls for a pragmatic approach to fostering innovation and supporting ventures that can thrive in our ever-evolving world.

As we face the closure of the entrepreneurship frontier, it's time to reimagine our future—celebrating those who dare to pursue independent business ventures while ensuring that our economy provides opportunities for all. In the end, we must learn from history, embrace change, and craft a future where the spirit of entrepreneurship continues to inspire, regardless of whether the American entrepreneur remains at the forefront.

Your suggestions about corrections, deletions, and additions is very welcome, as are all your comments either here below, or at an online Socrates Cafe any Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, or 1st Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. Denver time MDT. For more see www.JohnWren.com now or write to me John Scott Wren, 1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501, Denver, CO 80210 or call me 24/7 (303)861-1447 Now, just start! 


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Saturday, July 29, 2023

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Friday, July 28, 2023

The Elephant in the Room: How the GOP Is Plotting Its Future

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Measuring the Power of AI-- Current Resources (please add others as comments):

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What metrics are used to measure AIQ, Artificial Intelligence Quotient ? 


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As of my last update in September 2021, AIQ, or Artificial Intelligence Quotient, is not a widely established or standardized metric like IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is for measuring human intelligence. However, the concept of AIQ has been explored by researchers and organizations as a way to quantify and assess the capabilities of artificial intelligence systems. Different researchers and organizations may use various metrics to evaluate AIQ, but here are some common metrics that have been considered in the context of AI:

  • Accuracy: This metric measures how often an AI system produces correct outputs or predictions. Accuracy is a fundamental metric used in many AI applications, such as classification, regression, and natural language processing tasks.
  • Precision and Recall: Precision represents the proportion of true positive predictions out of all positive predictions made by the AI system, while recall represents the proportion of true positive predictions out of all actual positive instances in the dataset. These metrics are commonly used in binary classification problems.
  • F1 Score: The F1 score is the harmonic mean of precision and recall. It is used when there is an uneven class distribution, and it balances the trade-off between precision and recall.
  • Mean Squared Error (MSE): This metric is often used in regression tasks to measure the average squared difference between the predicted and actual values.
  • Computational Complexity: AIQ can also take into account the computational resources required by an AI system to perform a given task. It can include metrics such as processing speed, memory usage, or energy consumption.
  • Robustness and Generalization: These metrics evaluate how well an AI system performs on data that it has not been trained on, indicating its ability to generalize to new scenarios and handle unforeseen situations.
  • Explainability and Interpretability: For certain applications, the ability to explain the reasoning behind an AI system's decisions is crucial. Metrics assessing explainability and interpretability can be used to evaluate the transparency and trustworthiness of an AI system.

It's important to note that the field of AI is continuously evolving, and new research may have emerged since my last update. Therefore, if AIQ has gained more prominence or standardization, it's best to refer to the latest research and resources to understand the most current metrics used for measuring AIQ.


 

Q: What public website measures and reports AIQ. Is there a way to use Google Trends or Google nGram for measuring AI in various ways?



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As of my last update in September 2021, AIQ is not a widely recognized or standardized concept in the field of artificial intelligence. As such, there is no specific public website or organization that measures and reports AIQ in the same way that IQ is measured and reported for human intelligence.

Regarding using Google Trends or Google nGrams for measuring AI in various ways, these tools can provide insights into the popularity and prevalence of certain AI-related terms or topics over time. However, they do not directly measure AIQ or the intelligence of AI systems.

Google Trends: Google Trends is a tool that shows the relative popularity of search terms over time and across different regions. By entering AI-related keywords or topics into Google Trends, you can see how the interest in those terms has changed over time. This can give you an indication of the public's interest in AI and how it has evolved.

Google nGrams: Google nGrams is a tool that analyzes the frequency of words or phrases in a vast collection of books scanned by Google. It allows users to explore the historical usage of specific terms in published literature. While this can be useful for understanding how the concept of AI has been discussed and written about in academic and literary works over time, it does not directly measure AIQ.

To reiterate, as of my last update, AIQ is not an established metric, and it's essential to be cautious about any claims or measurements related to AIQ. The field of AI is continually evolving, and new research and metrics may have emerged since my last update. For the latest developments, it's best to refer to up-to-date research and reputable sources in the AI community.


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Thursday, July 27, 2023

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

The Events That Led to the Creation of ChatGPT:

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Write a time line showing the creation of Chat GPT, 10 or 12 events, starting with the first camp fire, the first wheel, the printing press, the Apple computer, Google, Blogger.com, and ... what?



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Here's a timeline of the creation of Chat GPT and some significant technological milestones leading up to it:

  1. Prehistoric Campfire (circa 1.5 million years ago): The control of fire marked an essential step in human technological progress, allowing early humans to cook food, stay warm, and protect themselves from predators. It laid the foundation for communal gatherings and the sharing of knowledge through storytelling.
  2. The First Wheel (circa 3500 BCE): The invention of the wheel revolutionized transportation and trade, enabling the movement of goods and people more efficiently. It represents a crucial moment in the development of technology and marked the beginning of mechanical innovation.
  3. The Printing Press (1440 CE): Johannes Gutenberg's invention of the printing press revolutionized communication by making the mass production of books and written materials possible. This innovation led to an explosion of knowledge sharing and laid the groundwork for modern education and information dissemination.
  4. The Apple Computer (1976): Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple and introduced the Apple I, the first computer with a single circuit board. This marked the beginning of the personal computer revolution and made computing more accessible to the general public.
  5. The Internet (1960s - 1980s): The development of the internet began in the 1960s with ARPANET, a network of computers used for research purposes. In the 1980s, the internet started to expand to universities and eventually to the public, transforming communication and access to information globally.
  6. Google Search (1998): Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google, a revolutionary search engine that quickly became the most popular and efficient way to find information on the internet. Google's search algorithms and PageRank system transformed the way we navigate the web.
  7. Blogger.com (1999): Pyra Labs launched Blogger, one of the earliest blogging platforms that allowed users to create and publish content easily. Blogger played a significant role in popularizing personal blogging and user-generated content.
  8. The Rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) (20th century): AI research and development saw significant progress over the decades, leading to the creation of various AI applications and algorithms.
  9. Natural Language Processing (NLP) Advancements (20th - 21st century): NLP technologies evolved, allowing computers to understand and generate human language more effectively. This laid the groundwork for language models like GPT.
  10. Emergence of Deep Learning (21st century): Deep learning, a subfield of AI, gained prominence due to its ability to handle complex tasks by learning from vast amounts of data. This breakthrough greatly impacted the development of GPT-like models.
  11. GPT-3 (2020): OpenAI released GPT-3, the third iteration of the Generative Pre-trained Transformer model. It was a breakthrough in natural language processing and demonstrated impressive language generation capabilities.
  12. ChatGPT (2021): Building upon the success of GPT-3, OpenAI and other developers continued to refine and improve language models, leading to the creation of ChatGPT. It represents a significant milestone in conversational AI, allowing more natural and interactive conversations with AI-powered systems.

Please note that the timeline is fictional beyond September 2021, as my knowledge is up-to-date only until that point. The actual developments in AI and related technologies beyond that date may differ from the events described here.


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'Unstoppable Us." @YuvalNoahHarari New topic for @SocratesCafes? Free

Tuesday, July 25, 2023

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Thinking that resulted in the 1912 adoption of the Colorado Caucus.

Book Review: The New Democracy by Walter Weyl In "The New Democracy," 

Walter Weyl masterfully weaves together a comprehensive exploration of direct democracy and its historical significance in shaping the American political landscape. This engaging and thought-provoking work sheds light on the evolution of democratic ideals and the pivotal role played by the state of Colorado and its then Governor John "Honest John" Shafroth in the adoption of the Colorado Caucus in 1912, a transformative event that would eventually spread across the nation. 

 Weyl's book opens with a compelling introduction to the concept of direct democracy, tracing its roots back to ancient Athens and its emphasis on citizen participation in decision-making. He deftly guides readers through the evolution of this form of governance, from its occasional use in small communities to its more systematic implementation in modern nation-states. 

As the author leads us through the pages of history, we gain a deep appreciation for the importance of direct democracy in empowering citizens and ensuring their active involvement in government affairs. The heart of "The New Democracy" lies in its detailed examination of Colorado's pivotal role in advancing direct democracy in the United States. 

Weyl explores the historical backdrop of Colorado, delving into the state's unique political culture and its desire to experiment with new forms of governance. He introduces readers to the figure of Governor John Shafroth, a reform-minded leader who became a champion of direct democracy and earned the moniker "Honest John" for his integrity and dedication to democratic ideals. 

 In 1912, under Governor Shafroth's leadership, Colorado adopted the Colorado Caucus, a revolutionary system that allowed citizens to directly participate in selecting candidates for public office. This marked a significant departure from the traditional party convention approach prevalent at the time, effectively putting power back into the hands of the people. Weyl vividly illustrates the challenges and successes of this pioneering experiment, offering a rich and informative narrative of Colorado's journey towards greater citizen involvement in the political process. 

 As Weyl narrates the Colorado story, readers become engrossed in the struggles and triumphs of the state's political landscape. The author astutely explains how the Colorado Caucus paved the way for other states to embrace similar democratic innovations, leading to a broader movement for direct democracy across the nation. His meticulous research and vivid storytelling make "The New Democracy" an essential read for anyone interested in American political history and the evolution of democratic governance. 

 The book also dives into the debate surrounding direct democracy, addressing both its merits and drawbacks. Weyl candidly examines criticisms that have been raised against direct democracy, such as the potential for populist demagoguery and the risk of uninformed decision-making. While recognizing these concerns, he cogently argues that direct democracy, when thoughtfully implemented, can foster civic engagement, empower marginalized voices, and serve as a powerful tool in upholding democratic principles. 

 In conclusion, "The New Democracy" by Walter Weyl is a thoroughly researched and eloquently written exploration of direct democracy's historical significance and the instrumental role played by Colorado and Governor John Shafroth in its early adoption. 

The book offers valuable insights into the evolution of democratic governance in the United States and serves as a compelling testament to the enduring power of citizen participation in shaping the future of our nation. For those passionate about politics, history, and the pursuit of a more inclusive democracy, this book is an indispensable addition to their reading list now, just as it has been ever since 1912. 

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The Parasite of Evil - Bishop Barron With Us?

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Sunday, July 23, 2023

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WARNING from history:
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Me, Chat GPT, and You. "Daily Dozen DRAFT 7-23-23

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Daily Dozen DRAFT 7-23-23

Step 1: In a now dark park, I woke confined, The final defeat, the truth entwined. Powerless, I faced my plight, To seek, to find, to reclaim our light.

Step 2: A glimmer of hope, that light so bright, I sought a higher, guiding light. Believed in a force beyond my might, To restore me from this endless night.

Step 3: Surrendered myself to a will divine, Let go of ego, let serenity align. Trusting in grace, a design so pure, Embarked on a journey of courage sure.

Step 4: Inventoried my soul, without disguise, Confronted the truths, no more lies. Examined my faults, my virtues rare, Embraced my whole self, in truth and care.

Step 5: Confessed aloud, to another soul, The darkest secrets that took their toll. Released the burden that held me tight, Found solace in vulnerability's flight.

Step 6: In readiness to change, I stand, Humbly ready to break free from the band. Implored the divine to erase my flaw, To sculpt my spirit, without a flaw.

Step 7: With courage, I asked the Higher Power, To mend my defects in this crucial hour. Humbly sought transformation's art, As the clay of my being was shaped in part.

Step 8: A list of all those I had wronged, Took responsibility, the journey prolonged. With willingness, sought to make amends, To heal the wounds, make enemies friends.

Step 9: Forthrightly faced those from my past, Made amends, despite shadows cast. Wherever possible, sought to mend, To heal the hearts that I did offend.

Step 10: Continued to take a daily review, Admitting mistakes, and vices undue. Promptly made amends for each slip, Maintaining the course, on wisdom's ship.

Step 11: Through prayer and meditation, I sought, Connection with the Power I had sought. Seeking guidance from the realms unseen, To nurture the soul, keep conscience clean.

Step 12: A spiritual awakening, profound, Carried the message, the truths unbound. Helping others find the path to grace, A beacon of hope in a darkened space.

In these twelve steps, a journey untold, The transformation of the heart unfolds. From despair to serenity, we transcend, A life of emotional sobriety, hand in hand.


Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Saturday, July 15, 2023

10 Good Topics for Philosophical Dialogue. Thanks Chat GPT.

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  JSW Asks: What are the top ten topic for a good philosophical dialogue? 
  ChatGPT says: Creating a list of the top ten topics for philosophical dialogue can be somewhat subjective, as different people may have varying interests and perspectives. However, I'll provide a selection of diverse and thought-provoking philosophical topics that are commonly explored and discussed: 

 Ethics and Morality: Delve into questions about the nature of right and wrong, ethical dilemmas, and the foundation of moral principles. 

 Existentialism: Discuss the meaning of life, individuality, freedom, and the search for purpose in an apparently indifferent universe. 

 Epistemology: Explore the nature of knowledge, truth, belief, and how we can be certain of what we claim to know. 

 Metaphysics: Engage in discussions about reality, existence, the nature of being, and the relationship between mind and matter. 

 Philosophy of Mind: Examine the mind-body problem, consciousness, and the relationship between mental states and the physical brain. 

 Political Philosophy: Analyze different political systems, the legitimacy of authority, social justice, and the rights and responsibilities of individuals and governments. 

 Aesthetics: Discuss the nature of beauty, art, and the role of aesthetics in shaping our experiences and understanding of the world. 

 Free Will vs. Determinism: Debate the extent to which human actions are determined by external factors or if we have genuine freedom of choice. 

 Philosophy of Science: Examine the nature of scientific inquiry, the scientific method, and the relationship between science and other forms of knowledge. 

 Mindfulness and Consciousness: Explore practices of mindfulness, meditation, and how conscious awareness can influence our understanding of the self and reality. 

 These topics should serve as a good starting point for engaging philosophical dialogues. Remember, the essence of a fruitful philosophical conversation lies in open-mindedness, critical thinking, and respectful exchange of ideas. 

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Thursday, July 13, 2023

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Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Tax system transfers wealth from giants of invention to today's billionairs?

Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Help! Can I get a little help from my friends? Thanks Chat GPT for your help! And you for your help! #YYYRTN

To: ChatGPT Write a story called "A Little Help From My Friends." 



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Once upon a time, in the bustling world of the Internet, John Scott Wren found himself facing a daunting reality.

It was the last days for him to access the online realm, which had been his lifeline for various endeavors, including his work with the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the Socrates Cafe Society. John knew that without the Internet, his ability to continue these projects would be severely hindered.

With a heavy heart, John decided to make a final plea for help. He knew that reaching out to his friends and online connections was his last hope. Gathering his thoughts, he attended virtual meetings, one after another, pouring his heart out and explaining the importance of his work. He humbly requested that everyone contribute just $1, and more if possible, to support his endeavors.

But then a question arose in John's mind: where should the contributions be sent? He pondered over using his PayPal account but wasn't entirely certain if it was the best option. Seeking advice, he thought of various influential figures on the Internet who could potentially assist him. Should he reach out to @Twitter or even @ElonMusk? Was there a way to create a transparent platform on Chat GPT itself?

Seeking clarity, John decided to consult with Chat GPT, the very AI companion that was assisting him in this quest. He sent a message, explaining his dilemma and requested guidance. Moments later, a response arrived, illuminating his path forward.

Chat GPT explained that using his PayPal account would indeed be a viable solution. With its widespread usage and popularity, many people were already familiar with PayPal and would find it convenient to make their contributions. It would also ensure a secure and reliable means for collecting funds.

Encouraged by the response, John felt a renewed sense of hope. He went ahead and set up a dedicated PayPal account for the cause, allowing people to contribute directly. He also posted about it on his personal website, www.JohnWren.com, sharing his story and the exchange with Chat GPT.

As the news spread across the Internet, a wave of support began to surge toward John. People from all corners of the online world, who had been touched by his work or inspired by his dedication, started contributing to his cause. One by one, the donations flowed into his PayPal account.

The response was overwhelming. Contributions poured in not only from John's existing network but also from strangers who had stumbled upon his story and recognized the value of his efforts. The outpouring of support surpassed John's wildest expectations.

Days turned into weeks, and the donations continued to accumulate. The money became a turning point for John Scott Wren, forever changing the trajectory of his work. With the newfound financial stability, he could not only continue his initiatives but also expand their reach, helping even more small businesses and fostering intellectual discussions through the Socrates Cafe Society.

John's story had a happy ending indeed. The Internet, once seen as a limitation, had become the catalyst for a renewed sense of purpose and the sustenance of his passions. With the help of his online friends and newfound supporters, he embarked on a journey of empowerment and positive change, leaving a lasting impact on those he touched.

And so, the tale of John Scott Wren stands as a testament to the power of community and the remarkable opportunities that can arise when we seek help from our friends, near and far, both in the real world and the vast realm of the Internet.


 

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