China’s plans to use artificial intelligence,Chinese cops now have hi-tech glasses to screen crowds for criminals.They are using high smart glass technology.
Key Points:artificial intelligence
- China’s plans to use artificial intelligence, big data and a vast network of CCTV cameras to create a massive surveillance system to maintain public safety.
- Police personnel wearing glasses equipped with facial recognition technology have been deployed at a railway station in a central Chinese city to screen large numbers of travellers during the Chinese New Year for wanted criminals.
- Railway police personnel using the hi-tech glasses with a camera,at Zhengzhou east railway station in Henan province are matching the identities of passengers with information available on a police database to zero in on criminals.
- The glasses — which resemble Google Glass — are connected to a police database that can match passengers with criminal suspects.The new technology requires one facial image for a similarity comparison in the database.For comparison with the information of suspects on the wanted list,The facial information captured by the glasses will be sent back to a database.
- To create a massive surveillance system to maintain public safety, the use of the smart glass technology is part of China’s broad plans to use artificial intelligence and big data.
The Union Cabinet approved signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Secondment Programme between India and Australia.
Key Points: Secondment Programme
- The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of Memorandum of Understanding for Secondment Programme between the Department of Economic Affairs (Indian Economic Service Cadre) and The Treasury, Government of Australia, for a period of three months.
- The programme may be repeated in subsequent years with mutual consultation and after agreement on both sides.The validity of both MoUs will terminate at end of the three months’ period of assignment and will not be extendable.
- The decision was taken by the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
- Australia is one of the important bilateral partners of India.India is Australia’s seventh-largest trading partner and our fifth-largest export market.Australia has placed India at the forefront of its international partnerships. Both governments recognize there is significant potential for further cooperation across a broad range of areas.
- The proposed Secondment Programme will also help to explore further opportunities for future collaboration and engagement and will also helps to deepen understanding of current economic policy issues in both countries.