As authorities continue to express anger at Australian citizens breaching COVID-19 restrictions, new methods of enforcement are now being pushed by the establishment.
Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Michael Kidd, recently appeared on Sunrise to discuss the possibility of ankle and wrist tracking to ensure isolation rules are being met.
Telstra’s 5G network now covers around a third of the Australian population and is predicted to grow to 75 per cent by June next year, according to executives.
As the technology continues to be rolled out across the country, more than 10 million Australians now live, work or pass through the network footprint every day.
Artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology will soon be used to monitor social distancing and as an ‘enhancement’ for systems such as temperature checks, experts say.
The technology will be able to detect those with high temperatures and individuals not following COVID-19 directives, alerting businesses of any breaches via CCTV cameras.
Legislation introduced to New Zealand’s parliament will vastly expand the power of state agencies to censor and remove online content deemed “objectionable”.
The culmination of pushes since the Christchurch event, the move will enable the ‘Chief Censor’ to issue takedown notices and create internet filters, concerning privacy advocates.
The rise of augmented reality (AR) is set to hit a new level, with features inside the game Pokemon Go set to encourage players to upload 3D scans of real-world locations.
Major tech companies are all developing AR/VR products in preparation for the mass expansion of these devices as ‘solutions’ to world problems as the transhumanist push continues.