WORLD : The UK’s National Health Service launched three pilot schemes in different parts of England this week, all focused on utilizing artificial intelligence to monitor people and automatically report potential problems to health care workers.
In Somerset, GP practices are trialing an AI system to “highlight registered patients with complex health needs, at risk of hospital admission or who rarely contact their GP and reach out to them for conversations about their health.”
A trial in Birmingham em>”uses an algorithm to predict the top 5% at risk of potential hospital attendances or admissions”, healthcare centers then send out assessment teams to pre-emptively address potential problems.
Finally – and most concerningly – in Buckinghamshire, AI is monitoring electrical devices like kettles and refrigerators to “spot changes in patients’ eating and drinking habits”.
No matter what outlet is covering the story, they repeat the line that waiting lists numbers are reportedly up to 7.7 million, and that increased surveillance will help decrease “preventable” or “unnecessary” hospital visits.
Currently, this is being sold as monitoring the old or otherwise vulnerable, but once the precedent is set it’s not hard to see where it goes. The implications for privacy and healthcare – not to mention potential “social credit” systems – are immense.
Turkish Treasury and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek announced Wednesday the establishment of a new fund called the “Türkiye Green Fund” (TGF).
The Daily Sabah reports:
Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), the minister stated that they continue to develop new projects in close collaboration with the World Bank. In this context, Şimşek pointed out that a loan worth $155 million (TL 4.44 billion) would be channeled to the Industrial Development Bank of Türkiye (TSKB) for the Green Finance Project, which the World Bank has approved.
Yet another blow to the multipolar narrative. No matter where you go, “climate change” is the name of the game and the World Bank is handing out the monopoly money.
“Grasshoppers Are More Valuable than Caviar”
The regular task of monotonously pushing humans to eat insects fell on the shoulders of Der Spiegel this week, never to be outdone in pushing the agenda, they decided to double-dip.
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