Hi Anu, Ted, Krish, Kristian and Dave,
Wonderful to meet all of you as well.
Some further thoughts have come to mind re our Accessibility Meetup and opportunities re
a) WUaS Law Schools in nation states' official languages - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Nation_States - and
b) a Cryptocurrency with blockchain as an Universal Basic Income for all 7.5 billion people, e.g. see
World Univ & Sch in all 7,099 living languages (around https://t.co/BTiP3Jkeju) seeks to develop Universal Basic Income #UBI for 7.5 bil people w cryptocurrency w blockchain. What law code does Calif have on books like 25012f https://t.co/VqnRNfEOmP for minting a new currency?— Languages-World Univ (@sgkmacleod) December 10, 2017
I wonder if your Prakat (software testing) company, Anu and Krish, could find Indian lawyers speaking the Kannada language to teach at World University and School's Kannada language online law school - like http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/g00/wiki/India_Law_School_at_WUaS - about real estate and property contracts, and do this in, conceptually, Google Docs, which would then connect with Google Translate/GNMT toward machine translation and with TensorFlow, Google's AI software (and benefit financially from writing these property contracts).
And also in Prakat http://prakat.com/ finding such law professors, who are legally licensed to practice law in the state of Karnataka and in India, whether we could connect these property contracts in GDocs with an emergent Cryptocurrency with the blockchain, such that a hypothetical Intuit TurboTax in India (which would grow as software with Indian and Karnataka tax law developments, in the Kannada language) would be able to offer A) a legal and B) a financial tax decision on these property transactions in Google Docs with regard to the India tax system. (TurboTax is in at least the US and in Canada - https://turbotax.intuit.ca/tax-software/index.jsp)
I wonder too if Prakat could facilitate an Universal Basic Income in the Kannada language in the state of Karnataka - and re
"World Univ & Sch in all 7,099 living languages (around https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Nation_States …) seeks to develop Universal Basic Income #UBI for 7.5 bil people w cryptocurrency w blockchain. What law code does Calif have on books like 25012f https://twitter.com/WUaSPress/status/939964589189382144 … for minting a new currency?" (https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/939971802536722432)
The idea here would be that the California state legislature would create the legal framework for Universal Basic Income and this is happening in Stockton California - see
Director of the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration
- Job posted by Economic Security Project
Mayor Michael Tubbs and the Reinvent South Stockton Coalition (RSSC) are launching an effort to explore how a guaranteed basic income can empower citizens struggling in the modern economy to build a better future for themselves and their families. The Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED) is the nation’s first-ever municipal level pilot program that will evaluate how an income floor of $500/month can improve the economic security and well-being of city residents."
A) Free online best CC OCW WUaS degrees w B) Universal Basic Income #UBI emerging w cryptocurrency w blockchain for 7.5 billion people on smartphones https://t.co/v8lHtT3BXO > Stockton CA UBI https://t.co/q6xpjWYRU3 w C) rolling vehicle homes re homeless https://t.co/gZB30Bx86H?— WUaSPress (@WUaSPress) December 10, 2017
https://twitter.com/WUaSPress/status/939970031613440000 ) - and create the legal framework for a cryptocurrency with blockchain (where the new WUaS Corporation is able to issue stock shares to 35 people based on the 25012f LOEN tax code development ... see this yet again - https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/939971802536722432) ... such that this California state legal development would potentially be able to put a guaranteed basic income accessible to smartphones, for example, in the state of Karnataka, India, which would allow Karnatakans there to buy a cup of coffee at Starbucks or potentially pay rent or pay for a house - all with a cryptocurrency in the Kannada language?
"India World University and School" - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/India#Wikipedia - I've just wiki-added -
- and much of the above would emerge on the "India World University and School" pages above as well. (I just added similar Bengali resources and could put you in touch with my friend Saumitra SenGupta, who is originally from West Bengal, about all of this as well).
item B) above would potentially create free money with exchange value to all Karnatakans and give it away on smartphones - as a kind of guaranteed basic income there, and the Kannada language property and real estate lawyers could also help write this cryptocurrency with blockchain law into the Indian and Karnatakan tax codes in appropriate languages.
And by giving this Cryptocurrency away (thanks to cryptocurrency law in the California state legislature - paralleling the 25012f process for stock shares which the WUaS Corp has just done, in a limited way at first), this cryptocurrency could become an international currency, and taxable with Intuit Turbotax in all ~200 countries' nation states' official languages (in a similar way with WUaS law faculty writing this code to give a cryptocurrency away in a limited way at first).
Stanford (Kristian?) would play a role in this too - hopefully with free Stanford Medicine and Stanford Law Creative Commons' OpenCourseWare for free online university law and medicine degrees to students in all official languages in India and indeed in all ~200 countries official languages (I'm scheduled again to meet with a head of the Stanford Medical School in these regards this Thursday).
How might we communicate about this further? Do you think Prakat could find Kannada language lawyers for the WUaS law school in Kannada language to teach Property contracts in Google Docs as smart contracts online with a Cryptocurrency with blockchain as this develops, potentially into an universal currency via a Universal Basic Income?
Could Prakat develop ways to test all this as software in the Kannada language, in Karnataka and indeed in all of India, potentially in other official languages in India too?
Namaste and warm regards,
Some early thoughts about this here - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/indian-sandalwood-facilitating.html - with more in this blog to come.
Languages-World Univ: https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod
Here's the free money giveaway via a Cryptocurrency with blockchain and via the state of California's legislature I mentioned to you on the phone last night -
Hopefully the Stockton, CA, connection will lead to the California state legislature and writing code to mint a new currency even :)
Indian sandalwood: Facilitating Accessibility at WUaS, Universal Basic Income, First language is Kannada where property/real estate legal documents are written in Kannada, Curious how emergent WUaS law faculty in India WUaS, Kannada language WUaS, and especially Bengali language WUaS might begin to teach this kind of law online - and perhaps by creating such documents anew in Google Docs in these languages (which then could articulate with Google Translate / GNMT and TensorFlow, conceptually ... )http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/indian-sandalwood-facilitating.html
A Yoga course on Lesvos Island, Greece with Angela and Victor ~ http://angela-victor.com ~ and to seek to bring an Universal Basic Income #UBI for these refugees on smartphones with cryptocurrency with blockchain https://twitter.com/7piliers/status/940084740392083456 … in refugees' languages? For @HarbinBook too?
A Yoga course on Lesvos Island, Greece with Angela and Victor ~ https://t.co/NExNlPqEpL ~ and to seek to bring an Universal Basic Income #UBI for these refugees on smartphones with cryptocurrency with blockchain https://t.co/xXubMFMDs2 in refugees' languages? For @HarbinBook too?— HarbinBook (@HarbinBook) December 11, 2017
Refugees in Greece's Lesbos left in the cold and rain @P_Strickland_ @AJENews https://t.co/9hvrppy9te— Brendan McDonald (@7piliers) December 11, 2017
Who are refugees? Why do we use that term?
Watch this video to understand why the words we use matter:
Who are refugees? Why do we use that term?— UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) December 10, 2017
Watch this video to understand why the words we use matter: pic.twitter.com/aHL2BpGuDY