The U.S. government apparently intended to describe the use of advanced innovative biosurveillance technologies for the 'prediction' of human actions and 'detection' of potential human actions 'at the earliest indication,' rather than merely predicting infectious disease incidents.
Is this what we want in the West? Is this what you want for your children and your grandchildren? If not, you need to participate in the movement to prevent it, and that starts with making changes in your own life to starve the beast of your personal data and educating your family and friends about this necessity.
The World Economic Forum this month published an article calling for an online censorship system powered by a combination of artificial and human intelligence that one critic suggested would ‘globalize’ the ‘search for wrongthink.’
With Canadian authorities creating the infrastructure required to implement a digital identification network, some are concerned that a social credit system similar to the one in China is just around the corner.