U7 Alliance, Mila Quebec

Frédérique Godin
Project manager
HAICU Lab and U7 Alliance


First email: Mar 24, 2022, 8:40 AM

Dear Ms. Frédérique Godin:

I just tweeted this note to @Mila_Quebec: If the Mind is many orders of magnitude more refined than the brain, what can we know about it?

Doesn’t physicality start at the Planck scale? https://https://81018.com/stem/

First, continuity-symmetry-harmony, then Langlands, strings, SUSY, then what? …https://81018.com/questions-questions/#Scholars

Because the U7 Alliance is growing, each school and their people become a vibrant “multi-stakeholder” in this exploration of a “human-centered” AI+ ecosystem.

In our search for evidence-informed, innovative solutions, I believe thought experiments based on mathematics and logic should be at the center of it all. AI is not just micro currents within computing facilities, but most magnificently within the hearts, minds, souls, and brains of every person engaged. It’s Schrödinger’s question all over again. All those “hearts, minds, souls, and brains” are more powerful than any of the quantum computers used today.

I will study the UN GlobalPulse initiative “for the development and deployment of responsible human-centered AI+.” I will also do some more research on all the people involved, asking, “How truly open to innovation are these people?” 

I will be integrating this with my work within the international finance community: https://81018.com/finance/ It all has to be wrapped together; money, power, and ethics are an intimate part of a human-centered AI.

So, this note is just to say, “I’ve visited your site and I am researching possibilities.”  Thank you.

Most sincerely,


Bruce E. Camber

PS. I will continue my research of the work of the following scholars:

  • Catherine Régis, Professor, Faculty of Law, Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy, Université de Montréal
  • Jean-Louis Denis, Professor, Department of Health Management, Canada Research Chair on Health System Design and Adaptation
  • Aix-Marseille Université 
    1. Cristinel Diaconu, Director, Centre de physique des particules de Marseille 
    2. Jean-François Marchi, Deputy Vice-President for Mobility and Partnership Development 
    3. Mustapha Ouadsine, Professor and Deputy Vice-President for Digital Infrastructures and AI for Research 
    4. Bruno Ventelou, Research Professor  École Polytechnique 
    5. Benoit Deveaud, Vice Provost for Research Thierry Rayna, Professor of Innovation Management 
  • HEC Paris 
    1. Pablo Baquero, Research Fellow 
    2. François Collin, Associate Dean for International Affairs 
    3. David Restrepo-Amariles, Associate Professor of Data Law and Artificial Intelligence 
    4. Marie-Pierre Seyfried, International Affairs Project Director 
  • Imperial College London
    • David Gann, Professor of Innovation and Technology Management Amanda Wolthuizen, Director of Public Affairs 
  • Indian Institute of Technology Bombay 
    • Kannan M. Moudgalya, Erach & Meheroo Mehta Advanced Education Technology Chair  
  • Osaka University
    1. Masaki Fukuda, Professor, Graduate School of Law and Politics 
    2. Atsuo Kishimoto, Professor, Institute for Datability Science Université Côte d’Azur 
    3. Jean-Marc Gambaudo, Professor 
    4. Stéphane Ngo Mai, Professor 
    5. Diana Sebbar, Research Operations Director 
  • Université de Bordeaux 
    1. Hélène Jacquet, VP for Strategy & Development 
    2. Guy Melançon, Computer Science Professor, VP for ICT & Digital 
  • Université de Lyon, Isabelle Bonvin, Assistant to the President 
  • Université Grenoble Alpes, Yassine Lakhnech, President
  • Université Paris-Saclay, Bertrand Thirion, Researcher, Head of Parietal Team, Head of Dataia Institute
  • University College London
    1. Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise) and Departmental Manager
    2. Clare Goudy, Chief of Staff, President & Provost’s Office 
    3. Ciaran Moynihan, Head of Global Partnerships 
    4. Geraint Rees, Professor