KING OF COLLECTORS H.E. SUHAIL MUHAMMAD AL ZAROONI
H.E. Suhail Muhammad Al Zarooni, Guinness World Record Holder, Author, Chairman Al Zarooni Foundation and Brand Ambassador of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam International Foundation, Ambassador.
The Global Child Motivational Book cover page was launched by the Royal Family His Excellency Suhail Mohd Al Zarooni at Zarooni Palace (Royal Palace) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates @ Saturday, 26 May 2018.
This programme is supported by these prominent people of India and has participated in it. APJMJ Sheikh Saleem (Kalam's great nephew) and Ansif Ashraf (MD Cochin Herald).
The KALAM VISIONARY KINDER SCHOOL Group is planning to organize a Foundation event on the occasion of Bharat Ratna Dr APJ Abdul Kalam both July Month Remembrance Day as well as October Month Birth Anniversary 15th on every Year. This event is being organized to motivate the young minds (students).
The event will be used in providing education activity towards of science and technology and others. This event offers an opportunity to individuals who wish to develop their knowledge in the field of science and technology.
On behalf of my organization I would like to collaborate your foundation to taking forward of our People’s President Bharat Ratna Dr APJ Abdul Kalam legacy. I hope you will grace this collaboration letter with your presence.
His Holiness Dalai Lama on Dr Kalam’s 89th Birthday
His Holiness Dalai Lama addressed the students from around the world, 14 Languages, across the global students from many countries and the members of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam International Foundation on the event of the 89th Birthday celebrations of the former President of India. His Holiness spoke from his holy abode in Dharamshala, on the topic of “Liveable Planet Earth, Working together for a Peaceful World”. The event was live broadcasted on YouTube in over fourteen languages.
Physical brain vs. the sixth mind. Much attention is being by scientist and doctors to the physical brain, but we need to realize the importance of our mind in our overall wellbeing too.
Karuna (It was magical to hear the way His Holiness pronounced this Sanskrit word) and Ahimsa are important, they come from thousands of years of Indian tradition.
Global warming is real; September this year was the warmest according to the scientist.
Most of the problems we face now are our own creations.
Peace of mind is very important. Ancient Indian tradition too stresses, on this, being in constant fear destroys our peace of mind. Having more compassion, an altruistic mind brings less fear and peace of mind.
I always think and regard the 7 billion human beings as my brothers and sisters. Same human beings. Oneness of human beings brings human peace.
We can learn from how the European Union was formed and those who were fighting with each other in the first and Second World War, are now able to live peacefully and are having no more fighting. India and China the two most populous nations in the world should have some form of union, maybe a big Asian union including Japan and all other small countries like Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, then I think, practically, we can save a lot of money, which are otherwise being spent on military purchases. Nobody wants to kill. We all want peaceful communities. You with young minds need to come with new ideas and innovations, shouldn’t carry the past baggage, and have a sense of concern for the poorer section of people.
Two eminent men talk – Dr Raj Reddy (Carnegie Mellon University) and Mr N R Narayana Murthy – on the topic of “AI for India – A vision for a developed nation” organized by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam International Foundation, House of Kalam.
Professor Dr Raj Reddy, Professor of Computer Science and Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University delivered a guest lecture on the topic of “AI in Service of PURA” explaining the relevance and importance of Dr Kalam’s vision of Providing Urban Amenities in Rural Areas.
Mr N R Narayana Murthy, Padma Vibhushan awardee and Founder of Infosys, and to ask him a question. The question was: For Dr Kalam, technology was never about the present, but its potential in the future. About ten years ago he said “I visualize a world where office work from morning to evening will be done in a 100% paperless and 100% transport less mode over video calls. In such a world, transport to office will be history and people will work from the comfort of their family and home”. Now we are living through this reality, how do you see future of work in the next 20 years? For this Mr NRN, replied he sees science to invent new ways to improve our lives and technologies implementing them. Three technologies he expects to have a large impact in the future are IoT, AI/Cloud & 5G.
Prof Raj Reddy shared for a question on the threat of AI on jobs in India that he does see a short-term disruption in the jobs especially for people who are 50 or 60 and unable to relearn/retool and Government’s should plan and prepare to handle it by providing benefits like Universal Basic Income (UBI) schemes.
For a question on “How to empower our students to handle Industrial Revolution 4.0” Mr NRN says: Indians need to change from being problem solvers for a problem stated by customers, they need to move from being reactive to be proactive. Youngsters have to become the best communicators in English if they want to absorb the knowledge generated around the world under the current circumstances. If we continue the policy of suppressing English, we will suffer.