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And let us call it the Encyclopedia of Life.不妨将此项目称为生命百科。What is the Encyclopedia of Life? A concept that has aly taken hold and is beginning to sp and be looked at seriously?生命百科的概念已经得到人们的认同并且正在不断的传播与普及?It is an encyclopedia that lives on the Internet and is contributed to by thousands of scientists around the world.这将会是一本在线的百科全书,世界各地的科学家都将参与其间。Amateurs can do it also.科学爱好者也能参与。It has an indefinitely expandable page for each species.对于每个物种,都可以为其添加尽可能多的数据。It makes all key information about life on Earth accessible to anyone,on demand, anywhere in the world.可以使得地球上所有生物的信息向世人公开,何时何地都可查阅得到。Ive written about this idea before,and I know there are people in this room who have expended significant effort on it in the past. 我曾为此写过文章,我知道这里也有人曾为同类项目作出巨大贡献。But what excites me is that since I first put forward this particular idea in that form,science has advanced.但最让我兴奋的是,自从我产生这个想法之后,科学有了飞跃的发展。Technology has moved forward.技术也有飞跃的发展。Today, the practicalities of making such an encyclopedia,regardless of the magnitude of the information put into it, are within reach.今天,从技术上来说,我们完全有能力,去编制这样一部百科全书,不管当中包含的数据容量有多大。Indeed, in the past year, a group of influential scientific institutions have begun mobilizing to realize this dream.事实上,过去一年,有多家颇具影响力的科研机构就已经着手将此设想变为现实。I wish you would help them.我希望你们能帮助他们。Working together, we can make this real.携手合作,我们就可以实现目标。The encyclopedia will quickly pay for itself in practical applications.项目本身很快就会得到回报,因为会有很多实际的用途。It will address transcendent qualities in the human consciousness, and sense of human need.它也将为人类带来更深层次的精神维度,重新定义人类的需求。It will transform the science of biology in ways of obvious benefit to humanity.它将改变生物学的面貌,这样的改变也将为人类带来福音。And most of all, it can inspire a new generation of biologists to continue the quest that started, for me personally, 60 years ago:最重要的是,它将为年轻一代的生物学家带来启发去继续我60年前开始的征途。to search for life, to understand it and finally, above all, to preserve it.去寻找生命,理解生命,最终守护生命。That is my wish. Thank you.这就是我的愿望。谢谢大家。201504/367401

We have all despaired at our loss over the past week and only the strength of the message you gave us through your years of giving has afforded us the strength to move forward.一个星期以来,我们全家都生活在痛失亲人的绝望中,惟有你多年慷慨留下的信心和力量才让我们有力量继续走下去。There is a temptation to rush to canonize your memory. There is no need to do so. You stand tall enough as a human being of unique qualities not to need to be seen as a saint. Indeed, to sanctify your memory would be to miss out on the very core of your being, your wonderfully mischievous sense of humor, with a laugh that bent you double. Your joy for life transmitted wherever you took your smile and the sparkle in those unforgettable eyes. Your boundless energy which you could barely contain.人们试图匆匆圣化对你的回忆,没有必要这样做。作为一个有杰出品质的人,你已经站得很高了,没有必要被看作圣人。的确,圣化对你的回忆就是忽视你最本质的东西。无论什么时候,你那奇妙的、带点调皮的、忍俊不禁的诙谐,你那令人难忘的微笑闪烁的眼神,总把生活的欢愉带给别人,你旺盛不竭的精力超过你身体所能承受的限度。But your greatest gift was your intuition and it was a gift you used wisely. This is what underpinned all your other wonderful attributes and if we look to analyze what it was about you that had such a wide appeal we find it in your instinctive feel for what was really important in all our lives.你最大的天赋是天生待人处事的贤淑,这个天赋你运用得恰到好处。你的其他种种的优良品性就是从这个天性衍生出来的。如果我们试着分析你怎么有这样巨大的吸引力,我们就会找到,就在于你对我们生命中真正重要的东西有同情心。Without your God-given sensitivity we would be immersed in greater ignorance at the anguish of AIDS and HIV sufferers, the plight of the homeless, the isolation of lepers, the random destruction of landmines.如果没有你那天赐的敏感,今天我们对艾滋病病人的痛苦,对无家可归的人的窘境,对麻疯病患者被孤立的感觉,对被地雷随意杀伤的人的不幸,要冷漠得多。 /201310/259629Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you all so much. Thank you. Well, you guys rest yourselves. You’ve been very busy. (Laughter.) You’re being spoken to a lot. I hear my husband was here. (Laughter.) But it is truly a pleasure to be here with all of you today, and I want to thank you so much for joining us for this year’s College Opportunity Day of Action. You should be proud. We’re aly proud of you, and this day has just aly been a tremendous success.Of course I want to start by thanking Homero. I mean, he’s just an amazing story, an amazing person, and I’m grateful for that wonderful introduction. We have to give him another round of applause. (Applause.) A clear reminder of why we’re here today and what we’re working for.I also want to recognize the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, as well as the Lumina Foundation, for helping to make this event possible. Let’s give them a round of applause as well. (Applause.) And of course, as we come together to talk about the importance of college counseling, I especially want to recognize all of the school counselors here today. Yes! (Applause.) You can raise the roof for yourselves. A little raising the roof. (Laughter.) But I think we can all agree that all of our counselors, all of you have one of the hardest, but most important jobs in our education system, yet too often you don’t get the resources, the support or the appreciation that you need and deserve. And that has serious consequences not just for our kids, but for our country.I mean, let’s be honest with ourselves – when it comes to college counseling in our nation’s schools, there are two worlds. As many of you know, while the American School Counselor Association recommends no more than 250 students per counselor, the national average is one counselor for every 471 students. So too many of our kids go through high school with little, if any, real guidance on how to get into college.They don’t know what classes to take, or how to prepare for the SAT or the ACT. No one helps them decide which colleges to apply to. No one reviews their applications. And plenty of kids have no idea that they’re eligible for financial aid, so they assume they just can’t afford college, and they don’t even bother to apply.Now, that’s one world. The other world is much smaller – it’s a world of schools where the question isn’t where students are going to college, but – or whether they’re going to college, but where. Kids in this world start preparing for college long before they even start high school. And from the first day of freshman year, they’ve been shepherded through every step of the process. They’ve got SAT and ACT prep courses, they take those tests again and again to improve their scores. Counselors have much smaller caseloads, and they walk kids through every deadline, they edit every draft of their essays. Honestly, when Barack and I talk about this, we look at the kind of college counseling many of the kids are getting today and we wonder how we ever managed to get ourselves into college.So the fact is that right now, a small number of students are getting every advantage in the college admissions race, while millions of other students who are just as talented can’t even begin to compete. (Applause.) And as the college presidents here all know, the result is that colleges aren’t always getting all of the very best students. They’re getting the students who can best afford to succeed in this system. And we are leaving behind so many bright, hungry, promise-filled kids. We are depriving ourselves of so much human potential in this country – from the scientific discoveries these kids might make, to the businesses that they might build, to the leadership that they might one day show in our communities. We’re missing all of that. We’re also losing all of that simply because we aren’t making the basic investment in their future today, and that’s a tragedy. It’s a tragedy for our country. It’s a tragedy for those kids and for their families, because we all know – we know – that if you want to secure a decent-paying job in today’s economy, a high school diploma simply isn’t enough.201506/381716

It is a great pleasure to be with you here in Dubai today. Let me offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to the ed Arab Emirates for all its efforts in the excellent organization and facilities for this conference. I would like to express my thanks to the local authorities of Dubai for their very kind hospitality.Ladies and gentlemen,I think we are all well aware of the importance of this sixth WTDC, and I am encouraged to see such a high level of participation.What we decide and define here over the next two weeks will shape not just the future of ICT development over the next four years, but the future shape of the very world we live in.In today’s fast-moving ICT sector, four years is a very long time. To see how long that really is, let’s look back to 2010, when we last held the WTDC, in Hyderabad, India.Since then the ICT landscape has changed in extraordinary and unexpected ways.We have seen the number of fixed-line subscriptions continue to fall, and there are now around 82 million fewer fixed-line subscriptions than there were at the beginning of 2010.This fall in fixed lines has been massively more than compensated for by mobile growth over the same period – with net additions of almost 2.2 billion mobile cellular subscriptions since the beginning of 2010.And the great news for this Conference is that almost all of this growth has been in the developing world, which accounted for 90% of the net additions – very close to two billion new mobile cellular subscriptions have been added in the past four years.The same pattern is true of the growth in internet users, where 817 million of the one billion new internet users over the past four years have come from the developing world.We have also seen social media continue to skyrocket. When we met in Hyderabad, four years ago, there were around 30 million users of Twitter, and 400 million users of Facebook. Today hundreds of millions of tweets are sent every day, and Facebook has over 1.2 billion users.Does that mean our job is finished?Of course not!And that’s why we’re all here.While over three quarters of people in the developed world now have access to the internet, more than two thirds of people in the developing world still do not.In the developed world, fixed and mobile broadband penetration rates at the beginning of 2014 stood at 27.2% and 74.8% respectively. In the developing world, they stood at 6.1% and 19.8%.Distinguished delegates,These are powerful numbers, but they also demonstrate the extraordinary opportunities that lie ahead.ICTs – and in particular broadband networks – offer perhaps the greatest opportunity we have ever had to make rapid and profound advances in global social and economic development.This is of tremendous and timely importance, as we approach the cusp between the MDGs next year, and the beginning of the post-2015 development process.And this of course is why ‘Broadband for Sustainable Development’ has been chosen as the theme for WTDC this year.Like you, I am convinced that by extending access to broadband, countries will quickly accelerate sustainable social and economic progress.By delivering efficiencies across so many areas – from education and healthcare to transportation, water and energy – broadband networks can quickly pay for themselves, creating a virtuous circle of investment, productivity and human development.To help world leaders see the ways that broadband can accelerate the achievement of the MDGs, ITU and UNESCO launched the Broadband Commission for Digital Development in 2010, just a few weeks before we last met, in Hyderabad.In this context, and in the context of this Conference, it is especially gratifying to see broadband access growing so rapidly in the developing world – with penetration in the developing world in terms of mobile broadband growing an incredible 50% between the beginning of 2013 and the beginning of 2014.Ladies and gentlemen,I am an optimist, and I have tremendous faith that the public and private sectors will work together to invest in, and to roll-out, the necessary infrastructure.They did this so well in the creation of mobile cellular networks in the developing world, and I expect to see the pattern continued for broadband.I am also convinced that in partnership, they will also help create the necessary services that people need, and that we will quickly see enriched content developed and created that will start off a virtuous circle in stimulating demand.As this happens, we will rapidly see broadband reach the remotest corners of our planet.We must make sure that we do not just bring broadband to the people, but that we do so responsibly. That we preserve cyberpeace and deliver cybersecurity in a world that is always connected, and always online.Distinguished delegates,The output from this Conference will be fed into the ITU Strategic Plan which will be endorsed by the ITU’s Plenipotentiary Conference in Korea in October.And I hope that many of you will be there to help shape our future as an organization – and to make sure we adopt a sound strategic and financial plan for the next four years.So over the next two weeks, let’s dream big!Let’s think about how technological advances might shape the future;Let’s think about what can be done with massive increases in computational power and ever-cheaper memory;Let’s think about what can we do with the cloud, to make the world a better place;And let’s think about how can we put ever-smarter, ever-more affordable smartphones to use across the developing world.Let’s be bold!Let’s work together to develop the programmes and projects that will ensure ICTs really do deliver a better quality of life – for all the world’s people!Thank you.201502/359174First of all, for those of you who首先,对你们所有are not familiar with my work,不熟悉我的工作的人,I create multicultural characters,我创造了一个多重角色,so characters from lots of different backgrounds.那些角色具有多个不同背景So before the present is the new future,那样,现在的前面是一个新的未来,a bit about the past is that I grew up in a family关于我的一点儿过去是,我成长在一个家庭that was multi-everything -- multi-racial, multi-cultural,有着多种-每一样东西-多种-种族,多种-文化black and white, Caribbean,黑和白,加勒比海的,Irish-American, German-American.爱尔兰美国人,德裔美国人。There was Dominican music blasting from stereos.有多米尼克德音乐从音响里迸发。There were Christians and Jews.有基督徒和犹太人。Thats a long story filled with那是一个长长的故事充满了intrigue and interfaith guilt and shame.纠葛和信仰的付疚感和羞耻感。But I was totally immersed in this world但我完全地沐浴在这个that was filled with everybody,充满了每个人的世界and then I went on to the ed Nations school,后来我去了联合国学校and that just completely all”就这样完成了-So I began sort of developing these voices我开始发现这些声音and these people,和这些人,all of whom were loosely based on people I really know,都是那些我不太熟悉的人,and so, for example, in performing them,于是,举个例子说,为了表演他们I would really try to inhabit them.我就真的努力去和他们融合在一起。And for example, 比如I dont really talk like that,我真的不想那样说话but that was one of my people,但那是我的人中间的一个and Im going to bring a few of my friends --我将带来我的几个朋友I think of them as my friends ”我把他们当作我的朋友-to this stage, in this spirit of the idea在这个讲台上,在这个观念的精华里面that the present is the new future,现在就是一个新的将来in sort of a meta way,在某种相关的路上because I thought about it, and the future, for me,因为我思考着它,未来,我的,what can be so frightening有什么是那么可怕的?is that I dont know whats coming.是我不知道有什么会发生。I dont know if thats true for other people,我不知道那对别人也是真的but that notion of thinking about但那个概念是思考how we can understand the future我们该如何理解未来and predict outcomes,并且预计结果for me, its terrifying to not know what might be coming.对我来说,不知道即将来临的事情会很可怕。And so the idea that there are questions于是这个主意就有些that Ive never seen我从没明白的问题,that my people are going to answer,那是我的人要回答的,and some of these characters have been with me for ages,有些角色已经跟着我有很多年了,some of them dont even have names,他们中的一些连名字都没有I dont know whats going to happen.我不知道将会发生些什么。I dont know whats coming,也不知道结果怎样and all I can do is remind myself我所能做的就是提醒自己that I told Chris Id fly by the seat of my pants,我告诉克瑞斯我会飞到我的长裤的坐位上and now that Im up here it sort of feels like现在我来到这儿,就让我感觉像that dream where you dont have any pants on,那种梦里你没有穿裤子的感觉,and so I suppose Im going to be那样我应该是flying by the seat of my ass.坐到我的屁股旁边上的位置上飞行That said, lets just see who comes out.那就是说,让我们看看谁会来。May we have the first question:我们可以有第一个问题:;Do you ever get headaches“你曾经感觉from the microchips implanted in your brain?;从微芯片植入你的大脑那里而来的疼痛吗?”Right.对了Okay.好的。Well first of all, Ill just say好了, 首先,我只会说that I hope you can hear me okay.我希望你们可以听到我。My name is Lorraine Levine,我的名字是罗伦尼.列文,and the idea of microchips implanted in my brain,我的脑子里植入微芯片的主意,frankly, just putting on my glasses reminds me友好地说,当我戴上眼镜的时候就让我想起来了of thank God Im not wearing the Google Glasses.感谢上帝,我没有带上谷歌眼睛No offense to them. Im glad that you all enjoy them,我并不反感他们, 我很高兴你们都喜欢,but at my age,但在我的年纪,just putting on the regular ones I have只是带上我的普通的那种aly gives me too much information.已经给了我太多的信息。Do you understand what Im saying to you?你理解我对你们说的吗?I dont need to know more. I dont want to know.我不需要知道更多的。我不想知道啦。Thats it. Thats enough.就是那样,那就够了。I love you all. Youre wonderful.我爱你们所有的人。你们都是美妙的。Its fabulous to be here with such big machers它是多么好啊在这儿和这么多重要的人在一起again this year. Mwah!今年的又一次机会。姆哇!Okay, next question. (Applause)好了,下一个问题。(鼓掌)Next, please.下一个,有请。;Is dating boring,“约会很没劲吧,now that humans reproduce asexually?;现在人类可以单性繁殖了?”201410/335656

We have all despaired at our loss over the past week and only the strength of the message you gave us through your years of giving has afforded us the strength to move forward.一个星期以来,我们全家都生活在痛失亲人的绝望中,惟有你多年慷慨留下的信心和力量才让我们有力量继续走下去。There is a temptation to rush to canonize your memory. There is no need to do so. You stand tall enough as a human being of unique qualities not to need to be seen as a saint. Indeed, to sanctify your memory would be to miss out on the very core of your being, your wonderfully mischievous sense of humor, with a laugh that bent you double. Your joy for life transmitted wherever you took your smile and the sparkle in those unforgettable eyes. Your boundless energy which you could barely contain.人们试图匆匆圣化对你的回忆,没有必要这样做。作为一个有杰出品质的人,你已经站得很高了,没有必要被看作圣人。的确,圣化对你的回忆就是忽视你最本质的东西。无论什么时候,你那奇妙的、带点调皮的、忍俊不禁的诙谐,你那令人难忘的微笑闪烁的眼神,总把生活的欢愉带给别人,你旺盛不竭的精力超过你身体所能承受的限度。But your greatest gift was your intuition and it was a gift you used wisely. This is what underpinned all your other wonderful attributes and if we look to analyze what it was about you that had such a wide appeal we find it in your instinctive feel for what was really important in all our lives.你最大的天赋是天生待人处事的贤淑,这个天赋你运用得恰到好处。你的其他种种的优良品性就是从这个天性衍生出来的。如果我们试着分析你怎么有这样巨大的吸引力,我们就会找到,就在于你对我们生命中真正重要的东西有同情心。Without your God-given sensitivity we would be immersed in greater ignorance at the anguish of AIDS and HIV sufferers, the plight of the homeless, the isolation of lepers, the random destruction of landmines.如果没有你那天赐的敏感,今天我们对艾滋病病人的痛苦,对无家可归的人的窘境,对麻疯病患者被孤立的感觉,对被地雷随意杀伤的人的不幸,要冷漠得多。 /201310/259629Ladies and Gentlemen, I am fully aware that you have been locked in here since 9.30 or something and I suspect that you have been talked to furiously all that time. The last thing you want is another lecture when most of you are probably used to giving lectures rather than having to listen to them.But if I may say so, I am so delighted to see so many leading figures from the business school community here today and also to hear you briefly discuss such an important topic. Needless to say, I really am immensely grateful to all of you for taking the time to join this meeting – even if at the end of the day, it is only out of curiosity!In particular, I would like to thank Sir Andrew Likierman, who was involved in my Accounting for Sustainability Project at its inception, and of course, the London Business School for kindly hosting us all, particularly in its anniversary year. And I also wanted to say ‘many happy returns of the day. I understand that 50 years ago, the London Business School was established based on the notion that management needed to be professionalized in the same way as law and accountancy, in order to improve Britains economic performance. And with over 150,000 students passing through its doors since then, it is clear that the London Business School and other business schools have played an important role in shaping global economic success.Anniversaries are a time not just to look back, but also, perhaps to look ahead and consider what the future may bring. It is therefore perhaps fitting that we are here in LBSs 50th anniversary year as we look ahead towards what the next 50 years will bring, and the kind of knowledge, understanding and skills that leaders are likely to need in order to anticipate and respond effectively to the challenges ahead.In 50 years time, our children and grandchildren will be facing a radically different world. The warning signs are aly here for all to see. Whilst we live in a time of great wealth and opportunity for many, it is also a time dogged by increasing turbulence and a rather terrifying combination of risks – persistent poverty and a population of seven billion that is still rising unsustainably fast; the depletion and over-consumption of finite natural resources; and the very real and accumulating risk of catastrophic climate change.The recent 2014 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change makes clear that the ‘severe – as they put it – ‘pervasive and irreversible consequences of climate change, if left unchecked, could be beyond our capacity to rectify. Those consequences include more of what we are aly seeing in the form of extreme weather events that damage our infrastructure and disruptive weather patterns that undermine our ability to feed a growing population. Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, I know only too well that there are siren voices on all sides telling us that this is all total rubbish, dreamt up by half-baked environmentalists bent on destroying capitalism as we know it, but it must surely be the case that, in the future, successful organizations will actually be those which, according to best risk-management practice, have redefined their business models to try and adapt to this very different world. It seems clear to me that those who find ways to use natural resources in a sustainable, and “circular” way, with nothing going to waste, will find themselves uncovering new sources of innovation, reducing their risks and increasing their competitive advantage. Even more, success will be defined by those who have shown real leadership in helping us to change trajectory and avoid the worst outcomes that, at present, seem so likely.And funnily enough, thinking about the circular economy, I was looking at just one or two examples from companies that have started to move in this direction. One of which is Royal Dutch State Mines, and I met the CEO a few of years ago called Feike Sijbesma, a remarkable man, that I think Polly introduced me to. And it is an intriguing example that he was courageous and robust enough to move his company out of a profitable fossil fuel based petrochemical business into biotechnology and life science and animal nutrition products.201507/388169

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