Točkovanje Kitajcev

Kitajska načrtuje poseben točkovni sistem, s katerei bodo državljanom pripisali numerično oceno glede na ocene v šoli, obnašanje v javnosti, pomaganje starejšim, poklic, prekrške in podobno. Z “dobrimi” dejanji si bodo oceno zviševali, s “slabimi” pa zmanjševali. Višje število točk bo pomenilo možnost vpisa na boljše šole, uveljavljanje popustov pri najemu hotelske sobe, boljše pogoje za odobritev kredita in podobno. 

Imagine a world where an authoritarian government monitors everything you do, amasses huge amounts of data on almost every interaction you make, and awards you a single score that measures how “trustworthy” you are.
In this world, anything from defaulting on a loan to criticizing the ruling party, from running a red light to failing to care for your parents properly, could cause you to lose points.
And in this world, your score becomes the ultimate truth of who you are — determining whether you can borrow money, get your children into the best schools or travel abroad; whether you get a room in a fancy hotel, a seat in a top restaurant — or even just get a date.
This is not the dystopian superstate of Steven Spielberg’s “Minority Report,” in which all-knowing police stop crime before it happens. But it could be China by 2020.
 (Vir: China’s plan to organize its society relies on ‘big data’ to rate everyone – The Washington Post)

2017-06-01T08:23:08+00:00 13. 11. 2016|

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