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Beijing: Chinese police popper people with 'smart glasses’ for security reasons

The cops can recognize the glasses and the suspects by looking at their faces. These glasses and plates of vehicles can also be questioned.

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Beijing: Chinese police popper people with 'smart glasses’ for security reasons

The cops can recognize the glasses and the suspects by looking at their faces. These glasses and plates of vehicles can also be questioned.

12 mart 2018 Monday 15:11
Beijing: Chinese police popper people with 'smart glasses’ for security reasons

The technology we are familiar with from science fiction films is a dream in China. In Beijing, the capital's capital, cops began using face-recognition glasses.

The cops can recognize the glasses and the suspects by looking at their faces. These glasses and plates of vehicles can also be questioned.


China has recently found itself in the world press with new generation technological pulses. Quite a lot of talk has been talked about over the years when we decided to apply 'social score' to Chinese citizens.


From 2020, China will make the 'social score' system mandatory for its citizens.


In the past few months, new details about the system of voluntary use and use have been made clear.


In a system that will work with an application that will be installed on mobile devices, users will be examined and graded in both virtual and real life.


Citizens will be rated at four different levels, A, B, C, and D, according to their scores.


'A' will be awarded to citizens with a score of 50 points or more, and these persons will be considered as honest and exemplary citizens.


Note that the category D is lower than 599 pounds. Those who receive this note will be considered as untrustworthy citizens.


Moving around in virtual worlds, such as lying, improper explanation and photo sharing, will be the reason why citizens lose 50 points.


In the case of receiving a privileged service with a high note rating in the system, those with bad notes will be restricted in their lives. The system has been tested in recent years as a pilot project in China's Jiangu district.

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Updated: 12.03.2018 21:07
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