The Chinese government is planning to launch its Social Credit System by 2020. To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents. In the year 2014, the China State Council stated by publishing a menacing-sounding document called “Planning Outline for the Construction of a Social Credit System“. And in the way of Chinese policy, it was somewhere lengthy rather than a dry affair. Somehow, it contained a radical idea but was composed of a radical idea. What if there was a national trust score that helped in rating the type of citizen you are? Read the Post China being more precise with Social Credit System
Concisely, Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been considered as a possible answer to automation-linked job…
Tesla has revealed its first electric segmented truck, designed to challenge diesel trucks as king of the road. This ultimate articulated lorry can run up to 500 miles on just a single charge. The vehicle in the US is known as the semi-trailer truck that will go into production in 2019. Read the Post Tesla’s first truck and roadster: The Tesla Semi Truck!
The Paypal founder and billionaire venture capitalist, Peter Thiel, has recently invested in a plan that is related to the creation of a floating island utopia that won’t be governed by the rules of the country. The ideation was original of a former Google engineer Patri Friedman. He stated that the island in the International waters will be a home to 270 people and could be grown eventually for sheltering millions of people. Read the Post Peter Thiel- Paypal’s founder invests in floating island utopia
The new and another facial technology making advances with the uses of genomes. A biologist and boss of Human Longevity, CRAIG VENTER, a San Diego-based company that is working on building the world’s largest genomic database. During the late 1990s, CRAIG VENTER declared that public funded project for sequencing the human genome was moving about the wrong way and so, he has developed a cheaper and quicker method of his own. The latest disarrangements of feathers came from work that helps in predicting what the person would actually look like when discovered from their genetic data. Read the Post Researchers produce images of people’s faces from their genomes