Artificial Intelligence for Good

The recent release of ChatGPT in November of 2022 has alerted the world to the power of widespread popularly available artificial intelligence. It has also shown that AI in the coming years will be affecting our lives in many ways, with all sorts of unforeseen consequences.

AI For Good is utilizing the immense power of ChatGPT, and similar programs, to quickly and efficiently address problems ranging from predicting the targets of upcoming Russian missile and drone attacks on Ukrainian civilians, to helping Afghan women overcome their cultural isolation in their homeland. This new generation of AI tools is allowing us to approach difficult humanitarian, technical, and economic challenges in hundreds of new ways. And this helps us to create solutions for business clients, which in turn helps us to do more in the non-profit sector.

AI for Good began by developing projects which address the UN's 17 Agenda for Sustainability Goals. ChatGPT has been overwhelmingly transformative, but so have other things like group brainstorming programs and instant text-to-video software. These have evolved into a series of multi-step protocols which conclude with Zoom mind mapping sessions to refine successful results. Sometimes these results include hundreds of videos posted to Youtube, TikTok and Instagram Reels, which makes it simpler than ever to mount a social movement.

For the first time in human history, we can quickly build living, practically eternal and infinitely replicable planetary improvement projects at the conjunction of human and artificial intelligence, which categorize and classify the biggest challenges to Humanity. We can divide them into achievable tasks to inspire people to give their all to solve them, and utilize the limitless power of modern tech to find solutions. They work because we ally ourselves with the algorithms of the social media and video platforms themselves. Through powerful but easily available tech, we allow our participants to execute their own Hero's Journeys. And the skills and attitudes developed can easily transfer to the corporate, academic, government, and non-pworlds.

Before the war in Ukraine, many of AI for Good's members worked as corporate consultants, helping companies and NGOs improve their messaging, advertising, employee retention, product development, and marketing. The abilities they have developed with the humanitarian, educational and environmental causes have enhanced their skill sets for business.

Some of AI for Good's people previously contributed to video challenges run by TikTok For Good, including one called #EduTok, which resulted in a total of 8.8 million videos, and 41 billion views. Teams calculated that for every 100,000 views, 75 startups were founded, 125 patents were applied for, and 20 non-profits came into being. They'd like to replicate these results around the globe. (see

By mid-2023, they plan to have brainstorming and mind mapping sessions devoted to issues within each of the 17 UN challenges. They are also creating a worldwide online Hackathon; both of these will run 24-7. The number of projects created by 2024 may well be in the thousands.

A sample completed project is an online 'Sher Jangi', or poetry contest, a wildly popular pastime in Afghanistan. ChatGPT replicated the style of 17th century female Afghani writers, turned ideas about women's empowerment into verse, and translated all of them into Pashto, Farsi, and Uzbek. The entire project took 35 minutes. The few Taliban who witnessed the results were reportedly impressed. (see

Other current projects address the transmission of vector-borne tropical diseases, resource allocation for eventual Lunar and Martian colonies, flood control in Bangla Desh, literacy in war-torn Syria, and the development of Entrepreneurship in East Africa.

Later this year the group will confer upon 17 accomplished creators the first Gaia Awards, whose name recognizes both the Mythic concept of Goddess Earth as a unitary organism, a view pioneered by naturalist James Lovelock, and the acronym G.A.I.A: Good AI Awards.

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