a world citizen open source guide to hubs

Breaking Maps of Hubsworld winter 2019

twitter with those who loveq :: hubsand empower girls AIdemocracy and Olympics universityofstars.tv 

Tsinghua SEM X-elerator

@X_elerator

Tsinghua SEM X-elerator is a start-up acceleration platform for global entrepreneurs and start-ups that embodies the spirit of Tsinghua.

Beijing various jack ma friend spaces are in neighborhood of tsinghua and the worlds number 1 tech accelerator space -also close by eg  The China Entrepreneur Club(CEC) is a Chinese non-profit organization headquartered in Beijing. Club membership consists of 59 of the most influential business leaders in China, as well as 6 academic and diplomatic advisors. The organization and members are committed to nurturing Chinese entrepreneurship and business integrity...they also influence civll society webs at eg g20 and other economistdiary.com main events - eg Beijing April 2019 Belt Road First 100 Nations mapmakers and the aiib world series luxembourg june 2019 mumbai june 2018 s.korea june 2017
www.linkedin.com/company/china-entrepreneur-club -more at 

smbaworld.com/id7.html 

x-elerator.com 

coming soon the 15th annual world goodhubs guide  est london make poverty history 2005

our poverty mjuseum twitter 

 read all about chinas top 50 thinktanks at tsinghua-brokings friends resources 1

 

 

list of damo twitter accounts

Note on Jack Ma's www DAMO academy and Global BusinessSchool (videos) including efounders 1 -update sept 2018 : 300 now at damo 

 

feb 20 starts week of switzerland shaping up in middle of hubs world with alumni of digital cooperation and then the post world bank jim kim celebrating wef's 300 youngest davos hubs to save the world-  (previous year twits)

 the 9 square miles around tsinghua contiinues to celebrate its partnership with MIT the original one square miles of hubs- BRI.school can you help us map 13 world trade routes empowering girls and smes fater than Donald trump can say the f-word- actually hubsworld's co-editor lives in DC - 7 no trumps is not a joke but the hardest open space challenge 1 we have ever been gravitated bywanted a trillion diolar transparency plan to turn north korea into world bank hq2 metahub- why not make north korea the friendship epicentre of TC-JKR (Taiwan China - Japan Korea Russia) - two technologies much needed on korea's coastal belt - photosynthises club best way to bo beyond N-science and celebrate greenbigbang.com (aiib 2017) and startup www.arcticuni.com with north korea first gateway port to Polar Belt Road  -thanks to Tsinghua x-elerator for superb 300 student debate on PRB nov 2018   
 ThinkIN China  1 2

ThinkIn China is a monthly academic discussion group, aiming to create a bridge between Chinese discourse on China and foreigners studying and working there.

hubs beijing tsinghua  ... hutong ....  h2

  1. Half of top 10 most profitable iOS apps are from China in 2018

  2. Why China is Getting Worse for Women - Caixin Global

  3. MERICS European China Talent Program | Mercator Institute for China Studies merics.org/en/ectp-2019?u

  4. The US and China aren’t in a “cold war” so stop calling it that

  5. Translate Tweet
  6. "It was the rise of Athens and the fear that this inspired in Sparta that made war inevitable" (Thucydides)

  7. How China’s ‘reform and opening up’ transformed poor families into middle-class shoppers

 

      
Top 10 Technology Trends in 2019 Predicted By Alibaba DAMO Academy
2019/01/02FromAlibaba DAMO Academy

Machine intelligence has already been generating great impacts on our life while we are still used to the era shaped largely by information revolution and mobile internet. Advanced technologies, functioning like “magics”, are developed based on rules and trends spotted by human beings. Today, Alibaba DAMO Academy published The Top 10 Technology Trends in 2019. We hope that by grasping the pace of revolution of technologies, we can make better use of these “magics” and be in charge of our own future.

 

Trend 1: Real-time simulation of smart city becomes possible

Dynamic and real-time urban infrastructure data, such as traffic, water, electricity and air quality data will be analyzed by large-scale computing platforms. The development of computing power and algorithms will foster the merge of nonstructural information such as video footages with structural information, making real-time modeling of urban simulation possible and holistic, intelligent decisions can be made. More resources will be allocated to technologies powering an intelligent “city brain” and its applications, while a city simulation model reflecting the real-time impulses and movements of a physical city can be built to facilitate the optimization of city governance. More cities in China are expected to have a “city brain” in 2019.

 

Trend 2: AI Speech technology passes Turing Test in specific areas

People can “talk” to more and more public facilities as voice becomes an increasingly important interface. In the future, there will be at least one available interface point in our surroundings for voice interactions. As speech intelligence technology advances, real-time text-to-speech on mobile devices would be almost identical to human speech, even passing the Turing test in certain conversations, such as ones using a robotic voice to alert about delivery status. Rules and regulations need to be established to regulate the industry, to avoid misusing the technology in advertisements, harassing phone calls and fraud.

 

Trend 3: Specialized AI Chips on Rise

For AI training in data centers, data movement between computing and memory has become a significant bottleneck. As a result, in addressing the challenge, memory-centric AI chip architecture based on the latest-generation of 3D-stacked memory technology will become mainstream. The demand for data bandwidth in AI chips will further motivate the use of 3D stacked memory, such as HBM (high-bandwidth memory) in AI training chips. In addition, brain-inspired neuromorphic computing chips will gain momentum, while researchers seek killer applications. Specialized AI chips may challenge the dominant position of GPUs for AI training in data centers. AI chips with architecture that truly reflect domain-specific features are expected to be increasingly used in edge computing.

 

Trend 4: Super-large graph neural networks (GNNs) will to teach machines common sense

Deep learning technology has matured significantly. GNNs that combine with deep learning can link end-to-end learning and inductive reasoning together, which might be able to address issues, such as relational reasoning and explainability that couldn’t be tackled by deep learning before. Robust GNNs can function as a human brain that consists of neurons (or nerve cells), equipping machines with common sense, comprehension and cognitive capabilities.

 

Trend 5: Computing Architecture to be restructured

Computing architecture will be restructured to meet the demands for data centers and edge computing. In the future, computing, storage and networks should meet the request of high-throughput computing for AI development, as well as the request for low power in Internet of Things scenarios. The heterogenous computing architecture with FPGA, GPU and ASIC, along with emerging memory devices, are driving the evolution of traditional computing architecture. In the foreseeable future, the fundamental changes to computing architecture will accelerate the arrival of AI and the quantum-computing era.

 

Trend 6: 5G networks to enable new applications

The fifth generation of wireless technology (5G) will see a significant increase of wireless bandwidth, enhancing the peak speed of 4G network nearly 100 times. This will speed the development of 4k/8k ultra-high-definition videos and immersive interaction based on AR/VR. With connection capability reaching billions of devices, it will enable thorough integration of communication and connection between machines. Networks will gradually evolve into the cloud or become software-based. Networks could also be segmented into multiple virtual subnets that are independent and parallel, offering dedicated virtual private networks for various applications. Additionally, with features like high reliability, low latency and large capacity, 5G networks will enable the development of new areas, such as vehicle-infrastructure cooperative systems and the Industrial Internet.

 

Trend 7: Digital identity will become your second ID Card

Biometric technology is maturing and being applied large scale. With the wide adoption of 3D sensors and integration of multiple models of biometric features, each device will be equipped with machine intelligence to see and hear the world. Biometric and liveness detection/anti-spoofing technology is reshaping people’s identification and verification, which will make your digital identity a sort of second ID card. From phone unlock, door access control to dining at restaurants, checking out at supermarkets, entering train stations, passing airport security check and seeing doctors in hospitals, biometric technology is playing an increasingly important role in making trust simpler and our daily life better.

 

Trend 8: Development of auto-driving technology to take a steady pace

Making individual cars smarter hasn’t worked out well in the past to achieve autonomous driving. However, this does not mean that self-driving has hit a roadblock and is stuck forever. The advance of vehicle-infrastructure cooperative systems will foster the development of autonomous driving. In the next two to three years, new technological progress should be seen in certain commercial areas, such as logistics and transportation, with fixed-route public transport and unmanned delivery for commercial buildings and campuses.

 

Trend 9: Commercialization of blockchain technology speeds up

People are more rational about the prospects of blockchain, which was once much overhyped. The deployment of blockchain applications with sustainable commercial value is expected to speed up. Along with the rapid digitization of various industries, IoT technologies will underpin the trusted mapping from off-chain world into on-chain data, and blockchain will expedite the restructuring and optimization of trusted data flow across participants to boost the efficiency of workflow and coordination. More and more blockchain applications will be seen in our daily life, such as cross-border remittances, supply-chain financing, electronic invoices and tamper-proof judicial records. As the value of “chaining” becomes more recognized, layered architecture and cross-chain protocol will become the focus of technology to scale up blockchain infrastructure.

 

Trend 10: Data security technologies will multiply

Governments around the world intend to enact/implement more stringent policies and regulations on data security. Corporates will need to invest more in protecting individual data privacy. Though cyberattacks won’t cease in the next few years, data-protection technologies will boom. Traceability technologies across systems, such as watermark, and data-asset protection technology, including advanced anti-crawlers against strong cyberattacks, will be more broadly adopted.


xxSorting a bunch of differently coloured toy trucks and action figures seems like child’s play, right? Unfortunately this remains a challenging task in the world of machine learning. So why not have humans simply show the machines how to do it?

This is the inspiration behind a new research project led by Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab Director Fei-Fei Li and her husband, Stanford Associate Professor Silvio Savarese. The project introduces two new global platforms — RoboTurk and Surreal — designed to provide high-quality task demonstration data to help researchers working in robotic manipulation.

RoboTurk is a crowdsourcing platform that is collecting human demonstrations of tasks such as “picking” and “assembly”; while Surreal is an open-source reinforcement learning framework that accelerates the machines’ learning process.

Research showed how humans can control the robot simulators

The “humans teaching robots” concept itself is not a new one. Recent advances in imitation learning have demonstrated the possibility for applications in robotic manipulation tasks. Last year OpenAI created a robotics system that can learn behaviors and actions from a single human demonstration in a virtual reality environment, then replicate that in the real world. Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR) meanwhile recently presented One-Shot Imitation from Watching Videos, a training process which enables robots to learn skills from a human example video, and integrate what it has learned with its previous understanding of the target objects.

OpenAI robotics system

Collecting relevant and high quality human demonstration data however remains a challenge. BAIR researchers noted that “imitation learning of vision-based skills usually requires a huge number of demonstrations of an expert performing a skill.” An earlier BAIR study on Deep Imitation Learning for Complex Manipulation Tasks from Virtual Reality Teleoperation found that effectively training a robot to reach for a single fixed object using raw pixel input could require up to 200 human demonstrations.

Visible Hand — RoboTurk

Li’s team created RoboTurk as a crowdsourcing platform in order to obtain high-quality human demonstrations. Users can easily access RoboTurk via smartphones or browsers and remotely control robot simulations in real time with prompt feedback. This novel accessibility feature was designed to expand the global population of users. During a 22-hour pilot testing period of the system, over 2,220 successful demonstrations were collected on two tasks: Bin Picking and Nut-and-Peg Assembly. Moreover the test also proved users could effectively control robot simulations at the Stanford Lab in California even from the other side of the planet.

Researcher Animesh Garg controls RoboTurk from atop the Swiss Alps

Invisible Hand — Surreal

The second important framework behind the project is Surreal: a scalable, open-source distributed reinforcement learning framework with reproducibility. To ensure Surreal provided continuous control, Li and her team used PPO (Proximal Policy Optimization) and DPG (Deterministic Policy Gradient) algorithms, which are highly scalable implementations of distributed reinforcement learning algorithms.

There are four distributed components in Surreal: Actors, Buffer, Learner, and Parameter Server. Actors are responsible for generating experiences, while the Buffer will store the experience. Learning meanwhile updates Parameters from Experience before the parameter server stores the parameters. The need for global synchronization is thus eliminated, while the decoupling of data generation and learning improves scalability.

More importantly, Surreal provides umbrella support for both on-policy and off-policy reinforcement learning algorithms. A four-layer computing infrastructure secures the easy application of RL experiments. Developers can deploy the Surreal system on any commercial cloud provider or on personal computers.

the “ImageNet” of Robotics?

The Stanford research has inspired some in the AI community to describe RoboTurk as an ImageNet for robotics. RoboTurk and Surreal both integrate high-quality datasets into advanced reinforcement learning. It’s hoped that in the future the platforms will be able to collect data on an extensive range of diverse tasks. Additionally, the extension of the platform to aid in remote teleoperation of real robot arms is a possibility. The research team also believes more complicated algorithms can be developed to leverage larger datasets for policy learning.

There is no doubt that RoboTurk and Surreal could emerge as an important integrated platform for reproducibility research.


Journalist: Fangyu Cai | Editor: Michael Sarazen


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Breaking Maps of Hubsworld winter 2019

twitter with those who loveq :: hubsand empower girls AIdemocracy and Olympics universityofstars.tv 

Tsinghua SEM X-elerator

@X_elerator

Tsinghua SEM X-elerator is a start-up acceleration platform for global entrepreneurs and start-ups that embodies the spirit of Tsinghua.

Beijing various jack ma friend spaces are in neighborhood of tsinghua and the worlds number 1 tech accelerator space -also close by eg  The China Entrepreneur Club(CEC) is a Chinese non-profit organization headquartered in Beijing. Club membership consists of 59 of the most influential business leaders in China, as well as 6 academic and diplomatic advisors. The organization and members are committed to nurturing Chinese entrepreneurship and business integrity...they also influence civll society webs at eg g20 and other economistdiary.com main events - eg Beijing April 2019 Belt Road First 100 Nations mapmakers and the aiib world series luxembourg june 2019 mumbai june 2018 s.korea june 2017
www.linkedin.com/company/china-entrepreneur-club -more at 

smbaworld.com/id7.html 

x-elerator.com 

coming soon the 15th annual world goodhubs guide  est london make poverty history 2005

our poverty mjuseum twitter 

 read all about chinas top 50 thinktanks at tsinghua-brokings friends resources 1

feb 20 starts week of switzerland shaping up in middle of hubs world with alumni of digital cooperation and then the post world bank jim kim celebrating wef's 300 youngest davos hubs to save the world-  (previous year twits) the 9 square miles around tsinghua contiinues to celebrate its partnership with MIT the original one square miles of hubs- BRI.school can you help us map 13 world trade routes empowering girls and smes fater than Donald trump can say the f-word- actually hubsworld's co-editor lives in DC - 7 no trumps is not a joke but the hardest open space challenge 1 we have ever been gravitated bywanted a trillion diolar transparency plan to turn north korea into world bank hq2 metahub- why not make north korea the friendship epicentre of TC-JKR (Taiwan China - Japan Korea Russia) - two technologies much needed on korea's coastal belt - photosynthises club best way to bo beyond N-science and celebrate greenbigbang.com (aiib 2017) and startup www.arcticuni.com with north korea first gateway port to Polar Belt Road  -thanks to Tsinghua x-elerator for superb 300 student debate on PRB nov 2018   
 ThinkIN China  1 2

ThinkIn China is a monthly academic discussion group, aiming to create a bridge between Chinese discourse on China and foreigners studying and working there.

hubs beijing tsinghua  ... hutong ....  h2

  1. Half of top 10 most profitable iOS apps are from China in 2018

  2. Why China is Getting Worse for Women - Caixin Global

  3. MERICS European China Talent Program | Mercator Institute for China Studies merics.org/en/ectp-2019?u

  4. The US and China aren’t in a “cold war” so stop calling it that

  5. Translate Tweet
  6. "It was the rise of Athens and the fear that this inspired in Sparta that made war inevitable" (Thucydides)

  7. How China’s ‘reform and opening up’ transformed poor families into middle-class shoppers

 

      


chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - ask for our latest sample copy- co-produced with researchers of world record jobs -  from our good hubs guide started in 2005 when we were an early supporter of the angel islington hub experiment- this became impact hubs around the world- a lot of lessons have been learnt from that 

today impact hubs dont rank in our top 10 but this is because hubs have become a way a supercity's region can stay relevant to linking worldwide exchanges between youth as the sustainability generation -such a purpose needs both financial backing and connections of the nations' top future technologists- note how wework recent re-arrangement by softbank ; in turn note how softbank has ipo'd a third of its mobile business to fund the future of AI research- this in tandem to jack ma's 15 billion dollar worldwdwide research academy damo and the expos in tokyo and other olympics cities he helps to co-stage on how youth can revitalise sustainable communities

or consider how neraly 50 years of history of world economic forum networking is now meshed with 3 back from the futrtire industrial revolution 4 bhubs located kin Sa Frabnscicso, Beijing and tikyo -while wef headquarters linkins in Euriope's only youth-inspiring city Gneva- with unctad proudly celebrating their United Nations apoounytemdnt of Jack ma ans world youth entreprsie ambassadoir, theior articifiial intelligence envoy sophia, their bianaul summits on how world gtrade inpacts ssutainability of nations, alongosde geneav's other institutipns of the ITU now under 8 years of chiense chairmanship, the who and wto; wehn a relatively smll city convenes such a world calss diary of meetings - there is so much for youth to hub that tradintional universityu coleges cant expect to innocvate fats enough - see also how digital events networks - from the grind to eventbrite help youth to replicate inspitred agendas from city to city

one wing of the UN - caled UN Acadmic Impact - actuially invites 15 partnhers to sposor worldwide hibs- eg UNAI has teamed up with wqatgar foundatiuon to hub solutions for refugee education - see education for all; another UNSAI example is its arraangemnet with world calss nanotechnolgy professors to linkin all appplication for poorest vailagers with ama's kerala based movement - which now cals major tech experiements in vilage ammlabs- where a technolgy partner teams up with a developing nation to experoiment in a ;poor or sdg challenged community the terminolgy of lab is ofetn used for spaces where vilagers can share in family sized entrepreneurs networking - at its peak grameen bank was desgined around 10000+ spaces fpr women vilagers tp meet -microhubs by anything but name- in fact dr yunus first mobile experiemnmts leveraged this grassroots networking striuctiure to loan one vailage mother per center of 60 women a mobile phone which both rented to all the lother violage mothers and whgere she catalogued a living yellow pages of urgent contact vilagers could now linkin for the first time

the world's poorest vilage women developed the 8th most populos nation bangaldesh not through an isolated finacial system but a catalogie lof what becme hundereds of microfranchsies that vilagers could operate top secure ;positive income whilst also probvidoing a life-crotoical service such as all sorts of food security from rice tpo vegetables tp ;piltry to ;powered milk - sadly acaademia and others who extended  microfinance around the g,lobe didnt truly replicate the bangaldesh system at all -nfia become one of the countrtues vioilently disilusioned by fame microcredi; fiortunatley china stidied bangladesh with deep cultural and contextual understanding.

some comoavct nations and autonimous tregiuoksn have brelaunched themsoelves round world class conerefernce centres and emergent universities- an emerguent university isnt stafeed by old professors but works out who to recruit in line with coneference subjects that the place becamopmes a landamrk for hposting- note duba's latest revisopning around the annual million dilars gteachers prije- and how jeju governor used the opportunity of hosting aiib 2017 to launch green big bang club- and invitatiuon to 10000 mayors and governors to benmchm,atrk a jojn frace to carbon-zero communities and the offer tpo arange voisas for any inward investir in green engtreprenusrhip- this connects well with a new servive koreas offers- it will plant a haalf million hi-tech subrb in a city in less than 3 years which will bevome the safgest anmd most desited space for tech entrepreneurs tpo live work and hub  

nowhere has taken to hubs like china supercities and they are in a league of their own (ask for our separate guide and how to be a correspndednt from china's top 30 youth dream cities)

we would recommend anyone who wants to test china's sincerity in youth startups (5 million created in 2017) is welcopme to join in our quarterly tour of beijing hubs which starts around tsinghua- with peking university - this now offers 10 squeare miles of future business and hubds making mit's one square mile look a bit historical (though still our favorite space in the english speaking world)- start eg at www.x-elerator.com - a space which help tsinghua studnets bridge to becoming netrepreneurs- ample support from tsinghua professors- ample ftreal world wonnections given tsinghua graduates leading particpation in serve china- where 1000+ top graduates give a year of their time to live in vilages and ghelp specify missing tech apps vilagers need most

with amazonhq2.1 coming to  crystal city -virginia 1776 looks well placed to become us tech's most exciting hub with a world perspective - from crustal city to central dc to brooklyn to san franscicao to dubai - congrats to its its aol grandads like case and leonsis whose dream that one day america will design supercity conurbation where 25 million family members can thrive can now be tested around Dc and New York (amazon hq2.2 is in long island queens)- the debacle over 200 cities applying tgo amazon that never had a chnace needs to be a wake up call- why all tghis public money isnt partly redeemed with a nation wide trasnparency databae whowing each places propsoed atractions to amazon is something thaty every ;politician in jusa with any futire ctredibility among youth should be addressing

womens hubs are alive and well thanms to 500 women in san franscico and mountain view with the irrepressible denedy yand coeneting world tours twoice a yrear to her co-place of origins brazil and china as wellas afvrica- the pod culture of chiewnse americans across the valley is a shining light in a world that must soon take on trump in evey way he tries to block uopen soyrcing tech 4 syustainability

kenya is a strange space- it continues to be a world as well as continental leader of hubs that hack thanks to ihub that keeps its tech gravity through its associloation with being where usahidi was founded; however kenya's interventions of mpesa and jamii biora seem to have lost theior ownership by and for poorest youth - the fact that unhabitat now has a new leader out of nairobi- the former femal mayor of penenmang - makes her editorial job of top 50 supercitoes of ssutainabilityu for the 2020s difficult to review transpoarently - will nairobi's loss of depth be featured

the ecomerce world of jack ma plants small enterprise zones free of world trade curveballs - with malaysia represneting soythe east asia ewtp belt road with china and rwandsa representing africa's- expect borthy nation's capitals to become leading bencmarks of how ecoomerce can redesign value chains around smes- note the opportunity to commemoreate hubs whgerever jack ma offers 3ooo person masgterclass- in 20o17 detroit and tornoto being the furst to gain gateway17

many of the national leaderships clubs celebvarting annual debriefes with xi jinpoing ask for jack ma's training - this goes most notably from the communique of the scvo including riussia india pakistan all wanting their youth to understand how ecoomerce can end digital divides

up to 20 coluntriues have an opportunity to l.aunch hubs round digital cooperation given their natioanl adviosers joint creation of this briefing for the to[p of the inoted mnations due march 2019 

never forget the symbiosis between hubs and where a country's youth deciodes tp co-create a new curriculum- take australia's 10thousand girl network sharing tips on how women can make sure they are finaacially sustainable- clearly a network of thbis magnitude afford opportunity for active collaboration cafes in every city 

from the getgo we have been interetsed in how hubs use open space methods including the full scale 3-day method of harriuosn owen now over 400000 performances stroing www.openspaceworld.com and such  simplified one-hour formats as collaboration cafe- why doesnt everu school linkin communities by trying out colaboration cafes - children form 9 yeares old up take to hostong debates on insseues that magter to them like duch to water provided they are empowered so tpo so- see this ahiti citcle

help us map the connection between hubs, 13 belt roads and lother cooeration across cioties and global vilage that value woemn, gir;ls and boys as community buidlers capable of rocking sustaionability world's goals 

 

how hubs blur

some hubs give free access to community memners to bring problems that cpuld be solved; thise that have to finaace theior proiperty privately usually operate as co-working spaces but with an area capable lof staging after hours expert meetings; other hubs become wings of a tech company's districbution to a city- micriosoft has becme known as a hist of hackathons but this has sometimes taked the openness out of the process 

the way alibaba searches back from the future illustrated how inovative relationships nbetween coleges and hi-tech entrepreneur networks may need to be - for example jack ma makes sure he he presents regulary enough at stanford to arrange scouts as to who is ai who -his full time focus on education from spet 2019 may extend this

also note relationships like the building of the world's biggest cashless bank bkash out of bangladesh opwned mainly by the wporld's largestst ngo partnership brac- hostorically much of the coding was inspired by mit and dubai coders helping to translate m;pesa; experts like bill gates jopined in and since summer 2018 jack ma's anty finace has taken a 20% partnership in  

for another insight into how alibaba searches out and hibs talent - see this dece,mebr 2018 jobs posting :  Alibaba Quantum Positions Aliyun Quantum Laboratory (AQL)

Location : Seattle,Washington,United States ; Hangzhou,Zhejiang,China ; Beijing,Beijing,China
Category : Technology - Algorithms
Work experience requirement : 1+ Years
Educational Requirement : Doctorate Job Description Background——————

AQL

Aliyun Quantum Laboratory (AQL) was recently launched to realize the revolutionary potentials of quantum information technologies. We are committed to this long-term mission and aspire to build a world-leading program in the next few years. The Laboratory is led by Founding Director Yaoyun Shi, Chief Scientist of Quantum Technologies, Aliyun. English is the sole working language of AQL.

Areas

Areas of interest include but are not limited to: computational material science, computational quantum chemistry, computational physics, quantum algorithms, quantum programming languages, quantum circuit synthesis, quantum architecture, computer-aided design of quantum computers, quantum control, implementations of quantum computing systems (super-conducting, ion-trap, diamond NV center, topological, etc.), quantum hacking, quantum cryptography (theoretical), post-quantum cryptography (theoretical and implementation), theoretical condensed matter physics, and gravitational quantum information.

Alibaba Group and DAMO

Alibaba Group is a fast-growing, NYSE-listed e-commerce and technologies company headquartered in Hangzhou, China, with global R&D operations. AQL is proud to be an inaugurating division of DAMO, Alibaba’s newly founded research institute. DAMO’s mission is to invent Alibaba’s future technologies, to increase the reach of technology’s benefits to the world, and to help tackle Mankind’s greatest challenges.

Job Descriptions

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Quantum Scientist

Some quantum scientists will investigate fundamental, often theoretical, questions. A successful candidate must have demonstrated exceptional accomplishments in his or her area of expertise. S/He is expected to have made a major contribution to a work widely considered among the most significant in the area. A relevant doctoral degree is required.

Some other scientists work toward concrete engineering goals, which may also require solving fundamental and theoretical problems. S/He is also encouraged to devote a significant fraction of effort for independent research outside the engineering tasks. A successful candidate must have demonstrated outstanding research capabilities in his/her area of expertise. A theoretically-trained researcher having an interest to develop engineering skills is encouraged to apply and will be provided the corresponding training opportunities. A relevant doctoral degree is required.

Postdoc, Visiting Scholar, and AQL Intern

The postdoc positions are for 2 years with one additional year of extension continent upon satisfactory performance, available in all the above areas. A postdoc with an outstanding performance may be invited to become a permanent member of the laboratory. Visiting Scholar positions are for academic researchers who have an exceptional track record and are on leave from their home institutions (such as for a sabbatical). Intern positions are students who are currently in or have been accepted to a doctoral program with a focus on quantum information science. The student should have already demonstrated exceptional research potentials. Internship during a regular seminar is possible.

Locations

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Bellevue (WA, USA), Hangzhou, Beijing, and Shenzhen (China) Job requirements mApplication Procedure and Requirements—————————————————— If you are currently an enrolled student, please apply through https://campus.alibaba.com/en/homepage under “Quantum Positions”. Otherwise, please apply through careers.alibaba.com. Search “AQL”. The most important qualities of a successful candidate are evidence of exceptional creativities and sharing our passion and goals. For Quantum Scientist, and Postdoc.


For Visiting Scholar The same as the above, except that for (a), no reference is needed; for (b) please also include the end date. A Visiting Scholar with an appointment of 6 months or longer will go through the same interview process for a Quantum Scientist.

 

 

For InternshipThe requirement is the same as that for Quantum Scientist/Postdoc, except that for (a), only two references are needed; for (b) please include the approximate end date, your research interest, and a list of potential AQL mentors; for (c) two publications suffices.

help youth co-edit the 13th year of the good hubs guide

cities with zero ratings - atlanta-rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

trach scores of amzon hq2 - this 200 city ratings process is likely tro choose a best hub city 

newtorks with zero ratings impacthub vetsed intersts of relatively few to people- gets the wring end of socail futures because it is not hitrust space for big data small technologists and it in spite of its global persence it doenst nelp in connexting win-win mapmaers

top rating 9/10 sisters of ihub where loction model sponsored by world elding socla tech

500 women 8/10 west coials best pace hub to value apps etc womens sustanability most needs

1776/ 6/10 has minimum mass n attractng tech

yabt- latin calital hubs variable- while te yatb network does a great job this can be over-eidden by local politcs 

 

 

 

 

As part of Altanta's 2 year bid to become one of the top twin-caputals of job creation with youth the Norman Macrae Foundation (for pro-youth economics and open education) invited youth to hub job creation solution as around the world

 Some of Youth's Brilliant Worldwide Job Creating Network APPS

Develop youth networks with best trading relationships with China as world’s leading sustainability investor

Plant khan academy type labs wherever 9 minute training ideas could viralise around millions of youth

(eg  nursing college; coding college ..)

 

open source/tech

 

cashless banking designed round community sustainability, which networks do you want to help connect.

This survey runs for the ext 2 years as Atlanta prepares the greatest ob creating summit and millennium goals collaboration youth have ever
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Panelists and youth prize presenters include

Jim Yong Kim, World Bank

Hadeel Ibrahim executive director mo ibrahim

Ahmad Alhendawi, UN Envoy for Youth

Naila Chowdhury, W4E

Melissa Hillebrenner, Director Girl Up, UN Foundation


Youth summit winners include:


Dwayne Samuels, Jamiaca, Founder Xormis


Salem Kosemani, Nigeria, Team Techoisland


Patrick Olden (St Andrews Scotland) 1 Better Finacial Products for Youth Entrepreneurs in West Africa


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Open education is the basis for believing first net generation can be most productive and collaborative ever since dad (at the economist) and my first experiences of youth experimenting with early digital networks in 1972 - this led to next decade of research of Entrepreneurial Revolution at The Economist and book on billion plus new job creation of massive collaboration in 1984 -some of our favorite educator ER until arrival of moocs are






2010s number 1 challenge survey of maximum 9-minute audios with blackboard (ie Khan Academy Style) that millions of youth can change the world withy - connection with specification of top 100 microfranchises that can change the world. Rough proposal of why anywhere linked into massive youth futures (including all universities and schools) needs to develop 9-minute audio labs that youth contribute to



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Postcard editorial: Year 42 Quarter 1 from The Economist Youth Entrepreneurial Revolution - our friend taddy blecher (who kindly animated 2nd in series of norman macrae remembrance parties -1 The Economist Boardroom  1A joint souvenir publication with Dr Muhammad Yunus;  2 Taddy Blecher ; 3 Sir Fazle Abed and Japanese Ambassador;  4 Glasgow and Atlanta as Twin Youth Capitals -celebrating the joy of entrepreneurial revolution of youth capitalism and freeing the net generation's net 3 billion jobs) in south africa has shown me his latest project but said its for my eyes only for a few weeks; he's getting funds from south african government and partners like branson and google to guarantee 1 million youth jobs creation over next 5 years and training of 14 million teenagers on entrepreneurship; at the recent world bank youth summit the branson entrepreneurship curriculum was mentioned by a student speaker as the greatest life changer in his transformation from coding whiz to prolific startup partner with his peer generation across jamaica; taddy started the free university in 1999; he has always been skoll's most valued entrepreneur in total education systems well until skoll also featured khan academy last april at his world entrepreneur summits- tantalisingly close to useful connections if only we can find more capital cities (beyond Atlanta) where enough educators and leaders really want them for their youth


MOOCYunus    blog


MOOC CAMP


Wiki25000Youth&YunusRoad to Atlanta


City Montessori -worlds favorite school  and largest social business of education?(50000 )


NZ thelearningweb.net


Free Nursing College


Khan Academy

Coursera  

Iveristy  Udacity and edX  http://www.openuped.eu/

https://www.futurelearn.com/


MIT links 5 4 3 2 1

Blecher Free University

Branson sub-curriculum of Blecher


survey of value university

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volunteer collaboration editor welcoming your queries: chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655  Norman Macrae Foundation for Youth Capitalism -contribute to search for youth's most massive future collaborators

linkedi 9500 ;  twitter Obamauni -how do we truly help youth value universities and open education


 

 

 

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social business investments in hubs linkedin to The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant: Norman Macrae

 History of hubs world and search for exponentials transparent business model partners

Economics: Sch's who's who  ( more details at http://normanmacrae.ning.com/ and http://futurecapitalism.ning.com/)

Norman Macrae's 1976-1984 Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy (3 2 1) opened leadership debates as to why economics would need to be transformed if net generation is to exponentially sustain the human race

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mapped search worldwide that will be needed to change over to an integrated  economics hubbed out of 2 million global villages empowering 7 billion peoples co-creativity first conceptualised by the 2 sch's (schumpeter and schumacher) 

 Moreover these dynamics of networking economics need to be purposefully designed :

win-win-wins reducing degrees of separation on life critical info flows sans fronriers)

freeing community markets round value multplying exchanges of 10 productivity and demands coordinates gravitated by unique energising purpose

Global Village Collaboration: Media, Metrics & Mediation  

Above zero sum games theory of networking around hubs was mathematically advanced by von neumann and economically examined in The Economist by Norman Macrae in the Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy 1976-1984; its practice was advanced in 1996 my muhammad yunus whose courageous microcredit womens networking since 1976 linked in 100000+ village hubs by buying up mobile franchise in Bangladesh at less than one hundredth of its then value due to an erroneous forecast by a world bank consultant, yunus economic genius and his mentoring at that time by MIT (whose sloan management school were also the sponsors of the biography of von neumann) 

9/11 and 7/7 spurred our family associates to commit to scalling up investments in hubs and what transparency maps are needed- our deepest reporter is the war correspondent callum; our other living missionary is the other one of the 2 norman macraes ; our economics guide died summer 2010 fondly remembered as The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant

in 2001-2004 we tried to connect the eu's knowledgboard with emotional intelligence, and system design of micro-up ngos, and open space (practice of peace) from which we innovated the collaboration cafe format.  and out og London global reconciliation network and simppl and be the change- when this resulted in the disastrous 7/7 including the death of one of our most inspiring co-workers , we held an open space in the islington hub inviting only those whose deepest goal was in sustainability exponential destruction crisis that they would openly share all the lead conections of their networks; we sponsored 2 years of research which led to the publication of the first worldwide hub guide during an event that was bilked as being 24 weeks of open space in east central london and identification of 20 hi-trust permission maps as well as a way to start up research that dr yunus asked 3 of us to start doing;  ... 

 

 

 

Our members champion hubs. Our favorite hub network consists of 8 million poorest village mothers hubbed in over 100000 village centres of 60 families. These members bank, community market and share knowhow; over their 35 years existence they have originated some of the most desperately needed solutions in sustainability world and taken every opportunity to linkin the productive capabilities of youth

if this matters to you - email info@worldcitizen.tv subject membership inquiries

We published the first Good Hubs Guide in 2006, and update it continuously.

For us a hub is a space that is open culturally and involved in helping open source one or more solutions to the greatest service needs of communities around the world. - see also worldclassprojects.net on how we seek to engage world leaders in valuing the detaiuled maps only hub intelligence can network at the speed of change

 Involvement of hubs can may mean : replicating a world saving solution through to global villages in greatest need, co-creating a solution, funding a solution a poorest youth community needs, or changing education. This is effectively done by providing young people an after-school space -or mentored internet cafe! - to serve greatest needs and map how to value entrepreneurial models that develop places so that next generations can be more and more productive without causing any conflict with neighbours or communities in another hemisphere. Actions in pursposeful teams are also the best way we know of developing a young person's personal network to be entrepreneurially brilliant in the sense of making more jobs than one takes. 

Ubiquitous telecoms change the economic capability of hubs by an order of magnitude in vital human rights areas including banking and investment. However technology for humanity does not work independently of what cuture was grounded in real communities. Our favotite hub spent 20 years refining their 16 decision investment culture before mobile connectivity networked all 100000 hubs.

Future of HubsWorld partners

we sampled londoners with 1000 yunus books in early 2008 including 450 to the launch of the world entrepreneur network; helped 2 by 1000 yunus meetings and 35 people collaboration lunch at the royal automobile club . This was hosted round 85th birthdays wishes of norman macrae - The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant whose career was spent editing  enetrepreneurial revolution's best moments

 

This led ro  3 summer projects: 2008 yunus 10000 dvd; 2009 yunus 69th birthday wishes dhaka; 2010 glasgow 500 declaration of interdependence weekend around yunus 7th decade wishes. launch of 2 Journals on Social Business and invitation to make 2010s most exciting decade. A major collaboration aim is to empower youth networks to hub round 20 sustainability goals they choose for 2020 connected to global grameen partners linked by futuie capital portals like http://www.danonecommunities.com/ and http://www.singforhope.org/  

 

At the end of 2010 Yunus was subjected to a vendetta from various vested interests including Bangladesh's ruling government and the accident-prone BBC. This has raised the ante on the mobility of hubs to exchange knowow of Yunus and the 100 world leaders whose most exciting projects he inspires as worldwide youth joins in races to poverty museums matched by leaders investing in heroic youth goals (through social busienss stockmarkets and other new models of private and public partnership mediated by youth)

 

HUBBING GOOD NEWS DECADE www.youthandyunus.com  

We wish to help design meta-hubs round 5 microeconomics job creators - 2 yunuses (Muhammad and Monica), sir fazle abed, ingrid munro, sam daley harris; we have sponsored the leaflet series consider bangladesh and invite future capitals to do so likewise before yunus testifies at US congress in 2011 which is Bangladesh's 40th anniverary as a free nation; we helped launch journal of job creating economics by sampling it to 3000 leaders of yunus choice and through all hubs committed to social business model

 

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