Why not this web site address for World University and School (but a separate URL for the WUaS Press) in some years?
... where this address would forward to something like this ... worlduniversityandschool.org ... and from which one could access all ~200 major online universities in countries' official/main languages (from https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Nation_States), and in all 7,097 living languages (via https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Languages) as wiki schools for open teaching and learning in these languages (and for example with anthropologists and linguists heading to meet speakers of these languages with Google group video 10-person Hangouts which records to Youtube video on smartphones to help grow these schools).
World University and School is seeking an .edu suffix ... as well as to collaborate with Stanford potentially with regard to Law OpenCourseWare and Medicine OpenCourseWare in all ~200 countries' official and main languages (since MIT doesn't have a law school or medical school, and therefore CC-4 MIT OpenCourseWare - ocw.mit.edu and https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/translated-courses - doesn't have any Law or Medicine OCW either) ...
(... but not ...
- https://twitter.com/WUaSPress ... and planned in all 7,097 living languages in the academic press at WUaS with machine translation).
Planning too for real real time internet (and potentially with Stanford as well):
re the WUaS Music School too, for real real time jamming with quantum computing (?) ...
... and, conceptually, for real real time Physical-Digital, Actual-Virtual tele-robotic surgery - in conjunction with Stanford Medicine? - and in a realistic virtual earth with 1-1 direct correspondence, emerging from Stanford/Duke/Google's Project Baseline - am thinking too Google Streetview with TIME SLIDER, Maps / Earth / TensorFlow with avatar bots, - and an algorithmic approach to Quantum Computing re https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2019/01/british-robin-quantum-computing-and-in.html - and for all 14.5 billion years of the universe, and 3.5 billion years of life, with species and individuals, and at the atomic and cellular levels as well:).
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British robin: Quantum Computing and in a Realistic Virtual Earth, Stanford SLAC, Longevity * * * This realistic virtual earth idea, conceptually with Google Translate / Wikidata/Wikibase (in Wikipedia's ~300 languages), would open avenues for further "formulating an ISSIP-WUaS challenge - recall the drivers test translation in all languages challenge." Conceptually, this is all a very Google Cloud-centric vision, but offers much potential for AI assistants re avatar bots, potentially, and ISSIP Grand Challenges especially, "Thanks Scott - you have no shortage of big ("gigantic") vision!," Here's the MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito's article on longevity re the promise of gene editing research and longevity ... (as well as mentioning 9 main scientific approaches to longevity): "He is currently experimenting with age reversal in dogs using gene therapy ...," CRISPR gene editing technologies into Google Street View (Again, in terms of a realistic virtual earth ... Chancellor Oakley, head of California's 115 Community Colleges, was more than great (as was Stanford Prof. Mitchell Stevens), Am often somehow sitting in way far out left field- https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2019/01/british-robin-quantum-computing-and-in.html -
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Chet Van Duzer suggested writing you at the above address to explore talking about maps and digital projects, and re the David Rumsey Maps' Center- https://library.stanford.edu/rumsey and https://www.davidrumsey.com - and perhaps also with regards to MIT OCW-centric (in 5 languages) wiki World University and School's plans for Maps in a developing realistic virtual earth (thinking Google Streetview with TIME SLIDER / Maps / Earth / TensorFlow / Translate and further Google ecosystem resources + Wikidata/Wikibase structured knowledge database in ~300 languages).
I enjoyed Chet's recent "Talk with Chet Van Duzer: New Research on Urbano Monte's 1587 World Map" ... https://events.stanford.
edu/events/825/82555/ - with such beautiful map slides, as well as the Stanford Conference on Mapping the Global Imaginary 1500-1900 Feb 14-15 2019 https://events.stanford. edu/events/817/81780/ - greatly.
When might be some good times for you? Thank you.
Best wishes, Scott
- Scott MacLeod - Founder, President & Professor
- World University and School
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Fri, Feb 22, 12:08 PM (1 day ago)