Hottest Videos AI Summarized 2023-11-20

Climate change: can money stop deforestation?

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1. 📝 Climate change: can money stop deforestation? (8 times summarized)


Climate Change: Can Money Stop Deforestation?

钱不是长在树上的,

但自 20 世纪初以来,砍伐树木已经帮助

世界上许多人变得更加富裕,

人类一直在掠夺这些资源,

就好像它们是无限的一样,

问题是世界现在正在付出代价

沉重的环境代价

在80年来最严重的干旱之后,这看起来确实像是一场危机,所以


如果我们不 改变资金流动,我们将 继续为自己融资,是否有一个财务解决方案?

灭绝正在为树木的 保护和恢复付费 答案以及

如何为它们的价值定价

外国

要了解森林砍伐的令人震惊的故事

Cash from trash: could it clean up the world?

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2. 📝 Cash from trash: could it clean up the world? (6 times summarized)


Cash from Trash: Could It Clean Up the World?

World created a record-breaking 22 billion tons of waste in 2021, and this number may increase by nearly half by 2050. Clearly, the world has not handled the waste problem well. So, what measures can consumers, governments, and companies take to reduce the amount of waste and transform pollution into a lifesaving solution? Can a zero-waste world become a reality?

Meet Arthur Huang, the Man Behind the Trash

Arthur Huang, the man who built 19 hospital rooms for hidden patients in 2021, constructed these rooms using trash. We are turning local waste into recycled aluminum and polypropylene. We are upcycling medical waste into a medical war system, instead of bricks and cement. The modular walls of these modules are made of recycled materials. We are creating a series of Lego bricks.

Arthur Huang, the creative engineer behind Miniwiz, says that his company is showing people that solving the world's waste problem can be profitable. By purchasing materials near construction sites, you can immediately save on managing the supply chain.

Miniwiz Focuses on Construction

Construction is the industry with the highest density of materials and consumes 420 billion tons of materials each year, generating approximately one-third of the world's waste. We focus on construction because the amount of waste generated matches the amount of materials used in buildings.

Arthur believes that one of the keys to reducing global waste is upgrading and transforming discarded products into additional value. Therefore, the simple upgrade and transformation that everyone is talking about is turning pet bottles into yarn, entering your sportswear, shirts, and shoes. This is called upgrading and transformation because the intrinsic value of the packaging is still not as high as its second life, but finding more examples like this can promote global acceptance of upgrading and transformation. These examples must have both commercial and environmental significance to show the potential of upgrading and transformation.

Miniwiz's Latest Project: Transforming an Old Bank into a New Office

You can see that the ceiling is made of recycled PET and hemp fibers, the bricks are made of recycled semiconductor shells, and the sofa cushions are made of recycled PET, which are made of plastic bottles. Even the bankers have been upgraded to artworks. We are using our old materials to touch the files in the cabinets. The remaining part of the seat board looks like a Chinese painting, but it is actually a machine.

Arthur believes that this is a waste of time because it requires resources and does not add value. It only delays the material from becoming waste. Arthur wants to recycle disposable plastic bottles into disposable ones. However, some experts warn not to have too much faith in recycling or upgrading and transformation. Arthur believes that in managing waste, we need to eliminate the idea of a magic bullet. There is no single technological solution that can solve all problems.

The Challenge: Low Recycling Rates

Globally, only 37% of solid waste is recycled, and 33% of it is sent to landfills, while 11% is sent to incinerators. Only 14 cities worldwide have achieved a recycling rate of over 50%. The challenge is that the amount of waste that is actually recycled is relatively small. Currently, 37% of solid waste flows into 33 global landfills, and 11 incinerators. In total, only 14% of cities worldwide recycle solid waste.

The solution depends on expanding the circular economy based on the principles of reduce, reuse, and recycle, rather than the traditional linear economy. Currently, only 8.6% of the global economy is circular, and expanding it will require other countries to follow the example of a country once known as "Garbage Island."

Taiwan: From "Garbage Island" to Global Recycling Role Model

Taiwan, an island with a population of 20 million, was once known as "Garbage Island." However, in the 1990s, Taiwan faced a familiar problem: the richer it became, the more it threw away. As in many parts of Asia, Taiwan experienced rapid economic development, leading to increased spending, product purchases, and living standards. However, waste also increased. Of the 200 landfills, 95 were full.

Since then, the Taiwanese government has used planning and data to create a comprehensive waste management system based on law. Industrial companies with more than 80% of the market share are required to record and report the materials they use and the waste they produce. This is innovative because it is now a web application that you and I can access and view the data flow, including advanced modeling that shows different resources and industries in graphical form.

The government encourages companies to reduce waste, and those that do not comply will be punished. The responsibility does not stop there. Companies are not allowed to let their waste fall on the streets. You can even report violators and receive rewards. You can report your neighbors' bad environmental behavior and receive rewards. Taiwan has become a global role model for recycling, with a recycling rate of 55%.

In contrast, the United States recycles 35% of household waste, and Russia recycles only 5% to 7%. However, the clean streets of Taiwan hide some dirty secrets. Almost all waste that is not recycled is incinerated. Although Taiwan's incinerators are relatively clean, they still emit carbon dioxide. One interesting fact about Taiwan is that it has the highest density of waste incinerators. We implement a zero-waste-to-landfill policy, so yes, Taiwan is no longer a "Garbage Island," but now we are just releasing waste into the air.

The Future of Waste Management

The key to reducing waste is reducing consumption. We need to change our mindset and habits. We need to make sustainable and circular economy a daily topic, a lifestyle decision, not just a theoretical topic. We need to create consumer products that people think are better and more comprehensive than traditional ones. We need to make sustainable and circular economy a daily topic, a lifestyle decision, not just a theoretical topic. We need to make sustainable and circular economy a daily topic, a lifestyle decision, not just a theoretical topic. We need to make sustainable and circular economy a daily topic, a lifestyle decision, not just a theoretical topic.

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Who is polluting the ocean with plastic?

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3. 📝 Who is polluting the ocean with plastic? (4 times summarized)

Summary

根据视频内容,塑料污染已经严重影响了海洋生态系统,特别是对小岛屿国家的危害最为严重。许多小岛屿国家面临着塑料垃圾管理和环保挑战,但他们也在积极采取行动,包括推行塑料禁令和寻找可持续的塑料回收方法。

Highlights

  • 🌊 小岛屿国家受塑料污染危害最大,海洋生态受损严重,面临挑战
  • 🏝️ 塑料垃圾唯一的消除方法是海岸线清理,可以有效防止塑料进入海洋
  • 🔄 塑料回收是解决污染问题的关键,但全球仅有 9% 塑料被回收利用
  • 🧪 科学家正在研究塑料降解酶,以解决塑料污染问题
  • 🤝 全球合作至关重要,2024年前可能制定有法律约束力的塑料条约

#塑料污染 #海洋生态系统 #小岛屿国家 #塑料回收 #全球合作

Questions

  1. 小岛屿国家如何击败塑料污染,特别是在资源匮乏的情况下?
  2. 塑料降解酶的研究可能带来哪些环保效益?如何将其应用在广泛范围内?
  3. 全球塑料条约将如何推动全球环保行动,尤其是在解决塑料污染方面?
Why Canadian Lottery Winners Must Answer a Math Question

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4. 📝 Why Canadian Lottery Winners Must Answer a Math Question (3 times summarized)

Summary

在这个视频中,作者讨论了为何加拿大彩票中奖者必须回答数学问题的原因。他解释了美国彩票法以及其对公司举办抽奖活动的规定。

Highlights

  • 美国彩票产生超过28亿美元的净收益
  • 合法彩票操作只能由州政府进行
  • 抽奖活动必须是免费的
  • 解决简单数学问题以证明中奖资格
  • 所有收入来源都将公开展示

#彩票 #抽奖 #美国彩票法

Questions

  1. 加拿大和美国的彩票法有什么不同?
  2. 为什么要求中奖者回答数学问题而不是其他方式证明资格?
  3. 彩票公司如何确保他们的抽奖活动是合法的?
OpenAI 周五开除 CEO 奥特曼,周六再请奥特曼回归,周日谈判 !悬疑大剧剧情时间线 | 回到Axton

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5. 📝 OpenAI 周五开除 CEO 奥特曼,周六再请奥特曼回归,周日谈判 !悬疑大剧剧情时间线 | 回到Axton (3 times summarized)

OpenAI 周五开除 CEO 奥特曼,周六再请奥特曼回归,周日谈判 !悬疑大剧剧情时间线 | 回到Axton

🎙️ 事件背景

嘿,你好,欢迎回到 Axton。本周末,开发 ChatGPT 的公司 OpenAI 上演了一场震动整个 AI 界的大戏。周五17日,OpenAI 的董事会突然之间毫无征兆地开除了公司的 CEO Sam Altman。而到了18日,公司的董事会又开始跟 Sam Altman 商量,让他回来再当 CEO。到了19日也就是今天,OpenAI 很有可能会爆发大规模的辞职。接下来我就给大家捋一下整个事件的来龙去脉,整个事情的时间线。

🕰️ 时间线

首先我们来认识一下 OpenAI 的董事会。OpenAI 的核心成员包括董事长兼总裁 Greg Brockman,首席科学家伊丽娅·苏茲科维尔,以及 Sam Altman 公司的 CEO 首席执行官,还有其他三位非员工成员组成一共六个人。在这次 OpenAI 开除了 CEO Altman 之后,他就担任临时的 CEO。OpenAI 因为它起源是一个非盈利组织,所以它后来发展出了一个很奇特的股权架构。我们不去啰嗦它的具体内容,只要我们清楚 Sam Altman 作为公司的 CEO,他在公司不拥有任何的股份,而公司最大的投资方微软居然在董事会里头没有任何一个席位。

对于我们这些吃瓜群众,我们首先知道 Sam Altman 被开除的消息是来自于 OpenAI 的官方的报道。11月17日 OpenAI 官方突然发布了一个博客,宣布领导层的变动。在这里面他就提到,首席技术官米拉·莫拉提被任命为临时的 CEO,接替离开公司的 Sam Altman。当时说 Sam Altman 之所以离开公司的原因是因为董事会的审查结果表明,他在与董事会的沟通过程当中不坦诚妨碍了董事会履行职责的能力。

📰 事件进展

Sam Altman 在董事会突然把它解雇之后,很快他就发了一个推特回应,说我喜欢在 OpenAI 的时光,对我个人来说这是一次改变命运的经历,也希望对世界有所贡献。最重要的是,我喜欢与如此有才华的人一起工作。然后18日周六,三位高级的 OpenAI 研究人员辞职,危机加深。而后,OpenAI 的备忘录称 Sam Altman 被解雇并不是因为有不当行为。随后 Sam Altman 表示他有一个新的创业计划。

然而,18日突然就看到了这么一篇让人大跌眼镜的报道,OpenAI 的董事会正在跟 Sam Altman 讨论他重新担任首席执行官的事宜。当然 Sam Altman 并没有很痛快的答应,表示他对于回归公司持有一个矛盾的心态并且希望进行重大的治理改革。

🤔 总结

这个事情简直就是你不知道该说什么好。Altman 被解雇之后,仅仅一天就跟公司又重新谈判,公司希望他回去。这就摆明了他在 OpenAI 处于一个多么重要的地位了。这时候,微软作为最大的投资者发了个声明,表示公司仍然致力于跟这家人工智能公司的合作伙伴关系。当然微软一般都是发表这种很正确的声明。这些投资者没有得到任何提前的警告,也没有机会就董事会来决定把 Altman 把公司的 CEO 给开除来发表意见。这些投了资的大股东们也够冤的。到目前为止,这个剧情还在继续发展中,让我们拭目以待吧。



OpenAI CEO事件时间线 🕒

这是一串对他的推文的回应,转推,然后用一个心型的 Emoji 进行转推。很多人都是 OpenAI 的员工,COO 现在转推的越来越多。刚开始的时候排前面的基本上大部分都是 OpenAI 的员工。

员工反应和投资者压力

员工的反应可能出乎了董事会的意料,而投资者的反应也给董事会带来了很大的压力。微软和投资者督促 OpenAI 的董事会恢复 Altman 的职务,甚至有报道称 OpenAI 的投资者跟微软密谋最后一波以恢复 Sam Altman 担任首席执行官的职位。

威胁和谈判情况

通过高级研究人员的大规模反抗,微软暂停提供云计算服务并且有可能面临投资者的诉讼,迫使 OpenAI 的新管理层接受 Altman 的回归。目前还没有最新的消息和结果,但报道称如果不能达成协议让 Sam Altman 回归的话,OpenAI 很可能会出现大规模的辞职。

未来展望

如果 Altman 回归,推动他离职的人肯定也就待不下去了。如果这个事情不成,结果也是预料当中的,Altman 和 Brockman 必然会成立一家新的公司。微软已经给公司投资了100亿美元,但对 OpenAI 的感到惊讶和愤怒。整个事件的发展令人担忧,但希望能有一个圆满的结局。

【万字长文解析】我如何戒掉了刷手机的坏习惯|No.072『福格行为模型』

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6. 📝 【万字长文解析】我如何戒掉了刷手机的坏习惯|No.072『福格行为模型』 (2 times summarized)

Summary

这个视频讲述了如何通过福格行为模型克服坏习惯,培养好习惯。通过控制自己的行为和动机,可以实现长期改变。建议聚焦最有影响的行为,从简单开始,改变环境等方法养成习惯。

Highlights

  • 💡行为和动机可以被设计和操控,养成好习惯戒掉坏习惯。#福格行为模型
  • 💡关键是找到实现愿望的黄金行为,过程中需要明确可操作的行为。#养成习惯
  • 💡改变环境、设置行为提示等方法有助于长期改变习惯。#简单开始
  • 💡消除提示效果好,重点是克服现有习惯的触碰。#控制行为
  • 💡短视频浮夸宣传效果不大,需注重有效方法养成好习惯。#关注实效

#福格行为模型 #养成习惯 #控制行为

Questions

  1. 视频中提到的福格行为模型具体是如何帮助改变习惯的?
  2. 除了改变环境和消除提示,还有哪些方法可以帮助养成好的习惯?
  3. 如何区分哪些行为是黄金行为,对养成好习惯最有效?
How 70% of Britain’s Cash Went Missing

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7. 📝 How 70% of Britain’s Cash Went Missing (2 times summarized)

摘要

英国现金流失率高达 70%,价值数十亿美元的资金每年都会消失。现金使用量从2006年的62%下降到2018年的40%,现在价值241亿英镑的英镑纸币,超过810英镑。

亮点

  • 2020年英格兰银行丢失了价值500亿英镑的现金,无法追踪其去向
  • 在英国,流通了价值241亿英镑的英镑纸币,超过810亿英镑的价值
  • 现金的使用量从2006年的62%下降到2018年的40%
  • 大约20%到24%的现金被保存,5%的现金被丢失

#现金流失 #英国现金使用 #英镑纸币

问题

  1. 为什么英国现金流失率如此之高?
  2. 这些丢失的现金到底去哪了?
  3. 如何解决大量现金丢失的问题?
  4. 为什么现金的使用量有如此大的下降?