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they are watching youâx80x94and everything else on the planet - security cameras
by:Ansjer cctv     2019-08-07
they are watching youâx80x94and everything else on the planet  -  security cameras
A high-
HD cameras trace a hired object along a street in Islington, London.
At about 10: 30 on Saturday, in Islington, north of London, two men rode motorcycles along the shopping corridor up the street.
Wearing a helmet, gloves and jacket, it looks more like a manic video game character than a human being.
They weave double through traffic and around
The Dekel bus at Divine speed.
The drivers backed back at their approach.
Cyclists ride bikes and perform fast numbers 8 on busy streets.
Nevertheless, they seem to be thinking about something more meaningful than happiness.
After three or four minutes, they suddenly closed the door upstairs and came to a quiet green-lined residential avenue.
They jumped down on the curb and cut off the engine.
Their helmets were still on the sidewalk and they were caught in a lengthy conversation.
Only they know their conversation.
But these people may not know something about themselves: about a mile away, in a room with no windows, two other men were looking at them.
Sal told Eric they were moving.
The two are 10 feet apart, sitting behind a long console in islington --
Circuit TV (CCTV)
Control room, no decoration, paint and carpet in gray. Sal is middle-
Eric has been young for decades.
Both men are dressed in casual office clothes.
There was no chat between them.
When two motorcyclists left, Sal typed on his computer keyboard, prompting the camera 10 to appear on his screen.
They came again, flying from the streets.
When they were lost from sala camera's view, Eric quickly found them on the 163 camera.
He used a joystick to zoom in the camera and pull it on the scooter until the license plate was clearly visible.
Sal broadcast to the police station.
We have two suspicious mopeds doing wheels on the streets.
The male facing is a huge display with 16 screens.
It transmits live images from the islington Hills network of 180 CCTV cameras.
From the visible evidence, it was relatively calm this Saturday morning.
Earlier this week, a young man died after being stabbed in the apartment, while another man jumped off the building and was secretly called a suicide bridge from the overpass on Arch Road.
Later today, at Finsbury Park, the camera will spend hours searching for pickpockets, drunken betters and various other little prank agents among 35,000 festival viewers.
For now, however, the motorcyclist is the only action in Islington.
Although Sal and eric, who have done this work for 15 years and 4 years, they chase their quarry with monotonous efficiency from one camera to another, I can almost see their
What we have here, they think, is two gang members who have plagued Islington for more than a year.
They take their smartphones from pedestrians and sell them on the black market.
This happens about 50 times a week in autonomous cities of nearly 233,000 residents.
However, for those who are not active, the possibility of catching a motorcyclist in an illegal act is almost irrelevant.
Instead, I was fascinated by the basic scene of two people who didn't seem to know where they were going to be looked.
Maybe they are criminals.
Maybe they're anti-social.
Our surveillance has no results on these issues.
The only thing for sure is that we saw them but they didn't see us.
Cyclists, like a deer in a hunting field, do not show their vulnerability.
In this way, they were deeply exposed.
That night, a few miles away, I was sitting in a mobile trailer in southwest London, right down the street at the Vauxhall subway station.
Next to me is an amiable young man named Haz. Several closed-
The circuit screen is arranged in front of us, showing the images provided for 10 cameras for the two nearby nightclubs.
The city surveillance agency, the Ancelotti authorities, was the early adopters of a massive shutdown.
Circuit TV (CCTV)
In early 1990, the city was hit by truck bombs by terrorists.
From 2012 to 2015, the number of cameras in the city increased by 72%third of the U. K.
Overall camera
Nowadays, Londoners are one of the most concerned urban residents in the world.
For example, in Islington, north of central London, 180 cameras are being monitored.
CCTV density has more than 2010 cameras per square kilometer in London
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KmCCTV data for London and Islington were 2015 and 2017, respectively.
The Islington map shows only the fixed camera position.
The city surveillance agency, the Ancelotti authorities, was the early adopters of a massive shutdown.
Circuit TV (CCTV)
In early 1990, the city was targeted by terrorists using truck bombs.
From 2012 to 2015, the number of cameras in the city increased by 72%third of the U. K.
Overall camera
Nowadays, Londoners are one of the most concerned urban residents in the world.
For example, in Islington, north of central London, 180 cameras are being monitored.
Central Stadium CCTV densityin Greater London area camerasper square mi4 has more than 200 people. 5 mi10-200.
KmCCTV data for London and Islington were 2015 and 2017, respectively.
The Islington map shows only the fixed camera position.
The location of less than 10 CCTV cameras does not have underground data stations where there are several weekends each month.
Nightclubs, light boxes and fire brigades wanted to avoid legal troubles for customers in drug trading, so they commissioned a mobile CCTV operator and former police officer Gordon Telman to have his people watch the crowd.
Occasionally, club members will happen to notice one of the cameras and react by inserting the middle finger or exposed breasts into the field of view of hazer.
On top of that, thousands of young men and women entering and leaving the club were his uninformed entertainment.
This is by far the best and most exciting job I have ever done, says Haz Kumar.
It is so unpredictable.
Everything was quiet and then a battle broke out suddenly.
Trailer Coach sat in the Trailer for 10 hours and stared at the customer.
If he sees the possibility of a drug deal or a fight, he will inform the club
Home security for Walkie Talkietalkie.
To his surprise, despite the presence of security guards, discreet drug dealers can still wear socks and melodramatic handles.
We asked them, how stupid are you?
He laughed.
They see this as a challenge.
There is no drug deal tonight, no fights, only random stupidity of young people and drunken people.
In the middle of the street, they turned upside down with connected arms.
They clapped each other.
They got sick on the sidewalk.
In their sudden loneliness, they burst out in crying.
Although Haz insists that he has acquired valuable skills from this job, the skills he has honed mainly are the intangible skills of wox Harler
Hours anthropologist
What you see on CCTV makes you feel that this is not the behavior of adults.
They often forget who they are.
But will they really forget who they are?
Or are they just forgetting that someone might be watching?
The shooter detection system in Boston, Massachusetts invented a wall. Installation equipment (top left)
Designed to find an active shooter in the building.
The system uses acoustic software to recognize the sound of gunshots and infrared gunshots
A flash detector to verify the shooting and then automatically provide a map for security officers showing their precise location.
In 1949, in the ghost of European dictatorship, British novelist George Orwell published his dystopian masterpiece 1984 and issued a stern warning: "Big Brother is watching you.
Although the concept may be disturbing, observation at that time was a work that was strictly restricted.
Just that year, 1949, an American company released the first CCTV system commercially available.
In 1951, two years later, Kodak launched the brownie portable film camera to the public.
More than 2 today.
Every year 5 trillion images are shared or stored on the Internet, not to mention the billions of photos and videos people keep themselves.
According to an estimate from a telecom company, 6 is calculated at 2020.
1 billion people will have mobile phones with pictures
Ability to acquire.
Meanwhile, it is estimated that 0. 106 billion new surveillance cameras have been sold in a year.
More than 3 million ATMs around the world are staring at their customers.
Thousands of cameras, known as automatic license plate recognition devices or ANPRs, hover over the side of the road to capture speeding or parking violators, but in the UK, track the flow of suspected criminals.
Now, the number of people wearing human body cameras is increasing, including not only the police, but also Hospital staff and other law enforcement personnel.
Personal surveillance equipment dashboard cameras, bicycle helmet cameras that record collisions, and doorbell with lenses are rapidly becoming part of the daily arsenal of many urban residents.
It's more difficult to quantify, but what's more troubling is that billions of unsuspecting citizens are captured on the face --
Identification Technology and storage in law enforcement and private-
A database of departments that we can't actually control.
These are just "observation" devices that we can see.
The Sky at present is full of dronâx80 x94 2.
5 million of them were purchased by American amateurs and businesses in 2016.
This number does not include the number of unmanned aerial vehicles used in the United States. S.
The government will not only bomb terrorists in Yemen, but also help prevent illegal immigrants from entering Yemen from Mexico, monitor hurricane floods in Texas, and catch cattle thieves in North Dakota.
It also does not include thousands of air espionage devices used by other countries, including Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
We are also watched from the sky.
More than 1,700 satellites are watching our planet.
From a distance of about 300 miles, some of them can tell the stage of a group of buffalo or forest fires.
From Outer Space, a complete stranger can get detailed images of camera clicks and blocks we work on.
On 2015, Peter Gold was shot while trying to rescue a woman who was kidnapped under a gun.
The incident was shot with a camera.
It shows a man shooting gold in his belly and then trying to shoot his head twice when he curled up on the sidewalk.
Both shots got stuck.
Like business owners who install this camera, more and more cities and citizens are turning to the streets --
Level surveillance against crime.
Gold returned to New Orleans Street and he was shot dead on 2015. Then a 25-year-
Old medical student, intervened when he saw a man later identified as Euric Cain trying to drag a woman into a car.
At the same time, in the same block, we are likely to be photographed with disturbing close-ups, perhaps dozens of times a day, from footage that we may never see, for the purposes that we will never learn, our images are stored in the database.
Our smartphones, internet searches and social media accounts are leaking our secrets.
Gus Hussain, executive director of Privacy International, points out that if the police want to know what's going on in your head in your 1800 s, they have to torture you.
Now they can find it from your device.
This is to elevate the title of our brave new world from another British futurist, Aldos hehux Li.
As Alessandro isti, a professor of information technology at Carnegie Mellon University, said, we can see that its arrival is cold and comfortable. and-
The privacy protection of the mouse game, the data subject is always the weak point of the game.
Simply submitting to the game is a frustrating proposal.
But actively seeking to protect a person's privacy may be even more of a low morale.
Randolph Lewis, a professor of American studies at the University of Texas, wrote in his new book, "being watched: being watched in modern America," for those who really feel being monitored, surveillance is usually overwhelming for its endless list of constant entanglement, ubiquitous mystery, movement, purchase, and potential.
Acquisti says the desire for privacy is a universal feature of humanity, different cultures and different times.
You can find evidence of it in ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, the Bible, and the Quran.
It is worrying that if each of us suffers a loss of privacy on a personal level, the whole society can only realize its value after we lose it forever.
Has Orwell's state of desolation become a fait accompli?
Or is there a more promising prospect that a world that has received attention in many ways might be better?
Look at the 463 infrared camera traps used by the World Wildlife Fund in China, which can monitor the activities of the threatened giant pandas.
Or thermal imaging equipment deployed by the Rangers at night to detect poachers in Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve. Or the sound-
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, developed an underwater camera system to track the nearly extinct porpoise in the Cotai waters.
Or a "forest Watt" camera installed to help protect Sri Lanka's shrinking woodland.
Facial recognition-
Scanning technology is developing rapidly and is increasingly being used for high
Security facilities such as airports and government offices.
Now some stores even use it to identify repeat customers or shop pickpockets.
1 Create the face template system to extract the pattern from the image and compare it to the face model.
When the pattern starts to be similar to the model, the system signals that it has appeared on the face of the person.
Personal device mobile phones use face recognition functions, such as unlocking mobile phones.
Both customs and security checkpoints record the cameras of the checkpoints and archive the images.
Other camera laptops, videos and hot camera scans used in some security systems capture face images.
The CCTV camera system can isolate and track individuals by face, gait, clothing color and pattern.
X4tsao rta356 when a person takes a picture of a camera, for example at a security checkpoint, the facial image taken is easier to analyze;
Images taken from CCTV cameras may require advanced methods and detailed analysis.
2 Create face template algorithm build more information and accurate digital representation-
Called face template-
Use heat, geometry, and other data individually or in combination.
Calculate the geometric spatial relationship between facial features, such as the center of the eye and the tip of the nose.
Even if the image is obscured by insufficient light, or distorted by oddang or expressions, the optical measurement algorithm can build aface. Skin-
The spores, wrinkles and spots of texture analysis are mapped and analyzed;
The technology can even distinguish twins.
This technology can provide more information.
Although there are some stubborn things, such as the disguise of makeup.
Once a face template is created, it can be compared with the database (
Such as for mug shooting)
Verify a person's identity or recognize a person in CCTV footage
Facial recognition-
Scanning technology is developing rapidly and is increasingly being used for high
Security facilities such as airports and government offices.
Now some stores even use it to identify repeat customers or shop pickpockets.
1 Find a fact system to extract the pattern from the image and compare it with the face model.
When the pattern starts to be similar to the model, the system signals that it is already on the human face.
X4tsao rta356 personal device checkpoint camera other cameras CCTV cameras use face recognition for application and security such as unlocking the phone.
Customs and security checkpoints record faces and archive images.
Laptop, video and hot camera scans used in some security systems capture face images.
The system can isolate and track individuals by face, gait, clothing color and pattern.
When a person takes a picture of a camera, for example at a security checkpoint, the facial image taken is easier to analyze;
Images taken from CCTV cameras may require advanced methods and detailed analysis.
2 Create face template algorithm build more information and accurate digital representation-
Called face template-
Use heat, geometry, and other data individually or in combination.
Geometric photography skin-
Texture Analysis calculates the spatial relationship of thermal sensors between facial features, such as the center of the eye and the tip of the nose.
The algorithm can build aface even if the image is obscured by insufficient light, or is cluttered or distorted by expressions.
Drawing and analyzing pores, wrinkles and spots;
The technology can even distinguish twins.
This technology can provide more information.
Although there are some stubborn things, such as the disguise of makeup.
3 after recognizing the face to create a face template, you can compare it with the database (
Such as for mug shooting)
Verify a person's identity or recognize a person in CCTV footage
Facial recognition-
Scanning technology is developing rapidly and is increasingly being used for high
Security facilities such as airports and government offices.
Now some stores even use it to identify repeat customers or shop pickpockets.
1 Find a fact system to extract the pattern from the image and compare it with the face model.
When the pattern starts to be similar to the model, the system signals that it is already on the human face.
X4tsao rta356 personal device checkpoint camera other cameras CCTV cameras use face recognition for application and security such as unlocking the phone.
Customs and security checkpoints record faces and archive images.
Laptop, video and hot camera scans used in some security systems capture face images.
The system can isolate and track individuals by face, gait, clothing color and pattern.
When a person takes a picture of a camera, for example at a security checkpoint, the facial image taken is easier to analyze;
Images taken from CCTV cameras may require advanced methods and detailed analysis.
2 Create face template algorithm build more information and accurate digital representation-
Called face template-
Use heat, geometry, and other data individually or in combination.
Geometric photography skin-
Texture Analysis calculates the spatial relationship of thermal sensors between facial features, such as the center of the eye and the tip of the nose.
The algorithm can build aface even if the image is obscured by insufficient light, or is cluttered or distorted by expressions.
Drawing and analyzing pores, wrinkles and spots;
The technology can even distinguish twins.
This technology can provide more information.
Although there are some stubborn things, such as the disguise of makeup.
3 after recognizing the face to create a face template, you can compare it with the database (
Such as for mug shooting)
Verify a person's identity or recognize a person in CCTV footage
If you want a picture of the future, Orwell warns darkly in his classic, imagine a boot printed on the human face forever.
This authoritarian view reduces the possibility that the government will use these tools to make the streets safer.
For example, think back to the security camera footage of the 2005 London Metro and 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
There are many more vague plots, such as the plot of Kane in Europe, in 2015, A Duran University School of Medicine student named Peter Gold was captured by the camera for Gold preventing him from kidnapping a woman on the streets of New Orleans. (Gold survived;
Cain received 54-
Crimes such as rape, armed robbery and attempted murder were sentenced to one year in prison. )
In Boston Harbor, the Department of Homeland Security tested a shipment --
Two physicists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Robert ledux, and William bertoziming, have their visualization methods.
Using a technique called nuclear resonance fluorescence in which elements are identified by stimulating their cores, the screening device can identify elements of their contents without opening the cargo container
With the typical x-
Ray scan only shows the shape and density, it can distinguish soda and weight loss soda, natural diamond and artificial diamond, plastic and high
Energy explosives, as well as non-nuclear and nuclear materials.
Is there any doubt that in the past 150 a world that has been inspected more closely will be safer?
We may know the identity of Jack the Ripper, whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, if not. J.
Simpson's behavior.
Of course, before and after the Orwell era, public safety has always been an excuse for surveillance.
But today, this technology can be seen as a lifesaver in a wider range.
Thanks to the images provided by satellite cameras, relief groups have found refugees near Mosul, who are stationed in the desert in northern Iraq.
Thanks to numerous space probes, scientists have proved that the climate of the world is changing dramatically.
Will the imagination of the great Orwell fail?
Can Big Brother save mankind, not enslave it?
Or may these two situations exist at the same time?
This is a featured image taken by 133 Dove satellites running in September 20, 2017.
The company's ability to take photos of the same location every day makes it unique among satellite operators that provide images to the public.
There is an appetite in America. K.
For surveillance that I haven't seen anywhere else in the world, Tony Porter, the only known surveillance camera commissioner in the world, said when we were sitting in a cafeteria in the London government office, CCTV cameras stared at us from the corner.
Porter, a former police and anti-terrorism specialist, was recruited four years ago by her parliamentary interior ministry in charge of Kingdom Security to provide a representation of the country's growing surveillance status.
The annual budget for Porter and the three staff members is negligible, at $320,000, and they have persistently urged the government and those who use surveillance cameras commercially to comply with the relevant regulations and guidelines during working days.
However, in addition to the reference to the name of non-compliant persons in the report to Parliament, porter's office does not have the power to enforce it.
Nevertheless, his evaluation of the United StatesK.
As the world's most receptive country to surveillance technology, it is widely shared.
London's surveillance camera network was originally conceived in the early 90 s, when the IRA exploded in London's financial district.
What follows is the frenzy of surveillance technology.
As William Webster, a professor of public policy at Stirling University in Scotland and a monitoring expert, recalled, the remarks about public safety at the time were, if you had nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.
Afterwards, you can trace back to the slogan of Nazi Germany.
But the phrase, widely used, has shattered any sentiment against cctv.
The city's original security infrastructure was called the "Ring of Steel" and later expanded and enhanced on the main streets through ANPR technology.
There are now 9,000 such cameras all over the country, which take and store 30 million to 40 million photos of each pass every day, not just photos of speedsters or known criminals.
As Alan Burnett, former Scottish police counter-terrorism coordinator, pointed out, it is very difficult to cross Scotland today and not be seen by ANPR cameras.
I'm pretty sure we have more cctv per person now than any other city in the world, former U. K.
Sitting in the London office, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg told me that he was sitting next to a camera across the street, facing his back.
Basically, it happens without any meaningful public or political debate.
Part of the reason is that we do not have a history of fascist and non-democratic regimes, which has had deep doubts about the country in other countries.
It feels benign.
As we have learned from history, it is benign until it becomes benign.
Elements of fear and romance help explain the massive presence of American surveillanceK.
After all, this is a country saved by spies: Today, the museum at Bletchley Park, 40 miles northwest of London, commemorating the legendary World War II crypto-vandals, is a highly visited site.
So in terms of the matter, the London Film Museum is a permanent exhibition of the writer, former British naval intelligence officer Ian Fleming's "chic spy James Bond.
Agent 007 is tied to the post-war self of the country.
But so is the shocking reality of the United States. K.
It was one of the first countries to face constant fear of terrorist attacks.
In terms of protecting the people, the British government may be more appreciated than other Liberal governments.
Even after the disclosure of the former president of the United StatesS.
S. and British intelligence agencies have been collecting a lot of data from their own citizens, said NSA contract employee Edward Snowden. The disclosure triggered a call for reform by two political parties in the United States. S.
Parliament basically passed the investigation powers act at the end of 2016, which was passed in the event of strong public protest.
As David o'mander, former head of government communications, showed me one of the UK intelligence agencies where Snowden is collecting a lot of data: Overall, we think our government is efficient and benign.
It manages national health services, public education and social security.
Thank God we have not experienced this guy in a brown leather trench coat knocking at four in the morning.
So when we talk about government surveillance, the resonance here is different.
In any case, this is not to say that countries like the United States that are skeptical about big governments are completely unaffected by the spread of surveillance.
Most of its police departments are now using or considering the use of body cameras, and at least so far this development has been welcomed by civil liberties groups as a means to curb abuse of law enforcement.
Many major cities in the United States have ANPR cameras as vehicles for traffic and parking enforcement.
After the September 11 attacks, New York City stepped up its CCTV network, with about 20,000 cameras operating in Manhattan alone today.
Meanwhile, Chicago has invested heavily in its network of 32,000 CCTV devices to help combat the murder epidemic in its city center. But other U. S.
Cities with no history of terrorist attacks and relatively low crime rates have also adopted surveillance techniques.
I checked the CCTV network quietly spreading in downtown Houston, Texas.
Just before 2005, there was no such camera in the city.
But then, Dennis stammski, director of the Mayor's Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, began touring other cities.
Basically, he recalled, it was what I saw in London that made me interested in the technology.
Today, there are 900 CCTV cameras in Houston, and another 400, thanks to federal funding.
Like in London, officials don't monitor every camera every minute, so Storemski says it's not monitoring in itself.
We want to get rid of what people expect from us.
Perhaps for this reason, Houston's CCTV coverage will soon expand beyond the city center, but in a state that is hardly called a trusted government, there is no slightest drama.
Similarly, the British acquiescence to the proliferation of cameras is as notable as any silent voice.
CCTV and ANPR cameras and signs announcing them (
Not everyone, though)
Integrate into other parts of the city's infrastructure as a monotonous companion.
During my three weeks in London, I walked in the quiet neighborhood where Orwell and herhux Li had lived.
Located at orwell's house on Canonbury Square in Islington, you can see several CCTV and ANPR cameras with only four
A few minutes walk from the control room in borough.
For its part, the former hehux Li house, miles away, has been receiving constant attention in indestructible steel.
Strengthen the control room.
Outside of South Yorkshire, I visited Barnsley Hospital, where some security guards were equipped with body cameras to stop unruly behavior by patients or tourists.
It was reported that similar cameras were being tested by school teachers during my stay.
Given that an estimated 150,000 British police officers are already equipped with this equipment, perhaps this is an easy next step to think about the equipment with other authoritative figures such as educators and nurses.
From there, however, who is next?
Flight attendant? Postal workers? Psychologists?
Director of human resources?
Surveillance Camera Commissioner Potter told me that some local authorities were trying to force taxi drivers to use surveillance.
With this in mind and the use of body cameras in hospitals and schools, the question I ask is: what kind of society do we want to live in?
Can all of us shoot around legally in case someone makes a mistake against us?
There are more than 1,700 satellites in orbit above us, some of which are up to 100,000 miles.
They collect images and other data, broadcast information, track our location, and even listen to our conversations. U. S.
Most of the satellites are operated by public institutions and companies, and commercial launches are well ahead of the government.
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Light tones represent satellites shared with another country. U. s. -
Some satellites are versatile, like this, for Earth observation, communication, and space science.
Satellites in about 60 countries run the remaining orbiting satellites.
The satellite runs more than 1,700 satellites in orbit above us, some of which are 100,000 miles above our heads.
They collect images and other data, broadcast information, track our location, and even listen to our conversations. U. S.
Most of the satellites are operated by public institutions and companies, and commercial launches are well ahead of the government.
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Earth observation collects data for intelligence collection and environmental monitoring, and commercial shadows show satellites jointly owned with another country.
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Other satellites in about 60 countries run the remaining orbiting satellites.
In my last days, I walked along the well and thought about the last question --
The streets of London have been scrubbed, and my eyes are now keenly adapted to the Cyclops --
It's like a glare in the corner and on the lamppost.
When my road inevitably took me to the famous Westminster Bridge on the Thames, I found myself engulfed by tourists of different nationalities who took their smartphones and tried to make the ultimate London selfie
Before realizing it was futile, I avoided and turned around to apologize.
These are just the cameras in front of me.
Is all my movements recorded so casually?
Given that everyone is already looking at other people, is it really different that Big Brother is looking at it?
I have been discussing photos of social growth --or-it-didnâx80x99t-
Fixed with two keen observers.
The first, Generation Z: their voice, their lives, was the result of her hundreds of hours of interviews with British teenagers.
They showed extraordinary calmness about being photographed and photographed in almost all imaginable settings.
You can watch a documentary about someone's life on their mobile phone, Combe told me.
We live in a world where there is no secret.
One of the signs of true wealth and power may be that privacy becomes a commodity only for those who have the money to buy privacy.
The whole world will be a stage for others, and all will stand on the stage themselves
Play your role consciously.
In Combi's futuristic wonder, everyone is both a voyeur and a showman, 24/7 impressed me, it is a somewhat equal version of 1984 and a brave new world
Are we already there, at the end of what the University of Kansas sociologist William Staples said in 2000 about the state of permanent visibility, other than our own acquiescence, rather than the power of government?
Our visual constellation is full of cute babies, kittens, elephants, but there are also ISIS beheading, sex convention celebrities, double
The police shot dead unarmed civilians.
At the same time, we saw us near the airport --
Security security inspectors, billboards tailored for us based on our appearance, and everyone who knows us, they capture with a camera the day we can swear that we are alone
It is hard to say whether this is a more enlightened society, an over-stimulating society, or whether there is a point in both.
I asked for the idea of Susan Greenfield, a well-known critic who studied neuroscience scientists and social media fanatics, and who happened to be a member of the British Parliament.
The evaluation of Baroness Greenfield is no less than that of combi.
She says the concept of privacy, privatization, is turning something out.
We need to cut ourselves off.
Everyone seems to think it's great to keep in touch and exposure all the time.
But what happens when everything is written and visual?
How do you explain the concept of honor when you can't find it on Google images?
The abstract universe is inexplicable.
The nuances of life have disappeared.
So when I spoke to Tony Porter in the cave-like and highly-monitored cafeteria of the Interior Ministry, a few months ago I found myself repeating what I had expressed to him: No. of-Big-
Brother's impulse looks weird now?
I now use this term in my presentation, and the surveillance camera commissioner told me with a happy smile.
Then he became serious.
Porter recently visited the UAE, a monarch alliance that suppressed dissent and was very interested in monitoring technology.
This made Potter feel ominous.
"I know where you came from," he said . ".
But state surveillance is intrusive, and it's powerful enough to connect beyond the wildest imagination of people.
This is completely different from a selfie.
The real threat, he goes on to say, is when we move towards integrated surveillance.
Large retailers are spending millions of dollars to study each of these possible factors. Iâx80x99m a middle-aged fat guy;
I walked into a supermarket and through the intercom they immediately started advertising croissants.
If things get even more sinister, from my Facebook profile, they can target my daughter and ask her where to shop?
Who will regulate this?
Or is regulation not required?
Is the horse out of the barn?
Is it already 'quaint?
Poacherranger patrol car poacaman is completely dark, showing Kenya masala country from the frame of the thermal imaging camera
Looks like a minuteby-
For some civil liberals, the tiny advances in surveillance technology can lead to runaway bullet trains.
As Ross Anderson, a professor of safety engineering at the University of Cambridge, warns, we need to think about the next 20 years.
Because you will find this when you will have augmented reality, an Oculus Rift 2.
0, at least 8,000 pixels per inch.
Therefore, sitting behind the lecture hall, you can read the text on the phone in the lecture hall.
Meanwhile, the 100 cctv units in that lecture hall will be able to see the password you entered on your phone.
Even hehux Li, his masterpiece presents a super-daunting point of view
In the industrialized London of 2540, there was no such clear picture of the world that our closest secrets could not always be hidden.
Where will we be?
On the one hand, it is a credit to imagine the deliberate suppression of this tool.
David Anderson, London's barrister, said he spent six years as an independent reviewer of the government's anti-terrorism legislation, or you think technology has brought us strong power, the government should take the same strong safeguards or you think the technology is too scary and we should pretend it's not there.
I am firmly in the first category, not because I say that government is trustworthy, but because in a mature democracy like this, we can build adequate safeguards, to achieve more advantages than disadvantages.
On the other hand, it seems equally unwise to allow such technological advances to enter a market that is largely unregulated.
Jamil Jaffer, founding director of the First Amendment Institute for Knights at Columbia University, said, I do think we have more and more records and tracking of our lives.
I also think that we are just beginning to deal with the impact of this situation, so before we adopt new technologies, or before we allow new forms of monitoring to take root in our society, we should think about it.
The term meaning of these surveillance technologies will be.
How to make such a judgment?
When a breakthrough occurs, it is particularly difficult to try to do so, and it explodes the concept of how we view the world.
In fact, this change in the rules of the game has emerged.
This technology can monitor the entire land on Earth every day.
This is the idea of a San Francisco-based company called Planet, which was created by three idealistic former NASA scientists, Will Marshall, Robbie Schingler and Chris bojzen
Their headquarters is located in an unclaimed warehouse in the tenacious South near the market.
The picture inside is Silicon Valley in the textbook: more than 200 young technicians, wearing active casual clothes, silently squatting on the keyboard in the open working space, in addition to some conference rooms named after company heroes, there are Galileo, Gandhi and Gore.
I was sitting in one of the restaurants overlooking the upscale staff cafeteria and after lunch was the happy hour of Napa wine and the California microbeer.
Cargo3, which is located in the nuclear material seaport, accounts for about 80% of global trade by volume and plays a vital role in border security.
In a pilot project in Boston Harbor, scientists and engineers have designed an advanced scanner that can identify the molecular composition of substances more specifically than ever before, such as a quick distinction, between salt and cocaine. As the 3-
D model is being created and the detector scans the neutron in the cargo when x-
Light interacts with nuclear material.
When the data is 3-
D model, the operator can determine the location of any nuclear contraband.
When a photon hits a nuclear substance, the neutron radiates outward.
Nuclear material is detected to be suspected to be the opposite, how it works
D. modelA scann high-energy x-rays.
Then the sensor measures the back.
Scattering radiation (
See "imaging with x-Rays,” below)to create a 3-Dmodel.
Trucks and their contents are divided into four categories (below)
Based on the average number of atoms (
Number of protons).
In order to avoid harmful radiation doses, the driver will enter the scanner, Park and exit before the truck passes through the system.
BBDCBDDensity dhhigh low 30 high zinc and heavierD18-for materials-
29 AtomicnumberArgon to copper9-
Fluorine to chlorine 1-
8 The Search for oxygen for hydrogen and then analyze 3-
Dmodel that can represent the atomic number and density of contraband, such as explosives and drugs.
The detector further scans suspicious materials to measure a specific combination of elements based on the energy they release.
Energy from nuclear fluorescence by X-imaging
Raystranssion x-Ray imagination
Energy reverse scattering imagingrayphotonX-
Ray photons are emitted through objects.
Its density is determined by measuring the number of photons successfully passed by it. Higher energy x-
Ray photons are deflected or backscattered by the electron and nucleus of an object.
These results can be used to determine the density and atomic number of objects.
Marshall and Schingler joined me with electron reverse scattering.
The former is a thin British man. frame glasses;
The latter, an extensive
Shoulder and easy going California.
Both of them are 39 years old and seem to have fully recovered from dinner the night before to celebrate their fifth anniversary of starting their full-time work on planet.
At NASA, they were fascinated by the idea of taking photos from space, especially from Earth, for humanitarian reasons, not scientific reasons.
They did experiments by putting an ordinary smartphone into orbit, confirming that a relatively cheap camera could work in outer space.
We think, what can we do with these pictures?
Schingler said.
How do we use these things for the benefit of humanity?
List the world's problems: poverty, housing, malnutrition, deforestation.
All of these issues are easier to solve if you have more preparationto-
Date information about our planet
Just like you wake up a few years later and find a hole in the Amazon forest.
What if we could provide this information to the Brazilian government more quickly?
In storybook fashion, Marshall and Schingler developed their first model in a garage in Silicon Valley.
The idea is to design a relatively low
Cost, shoe box size satellite to minimize military-
Designing such a technology usually requires a scale budget, and then, as Marshall told me, launching the largest satellite constellation in human history.
By deploying many of these devices, the company will be able to see the day-to-day changes on the surface of the Earth in full.
In 2013, they launched their first satellite and received their first photos, which provide more vitality to life around the world than previous global map images
What surprised us most, Marshall said, is that almost every photo that came down showed how the Earth changed.
Changed the field. Rivers moved.
The tree was cut down.
The building was erected.
Seeing all this completely changes the notion that we are still on Earth.
People can now be inspired by pictures showing the occurrence of deforestation, rather than just having a figure about deforestation in a country.
Today, the Earth has more than 200 satellites in orbit, and about 150 satellites are called pigeons, which can take images of each point of land every day when conditions are right.
The Earth is far from Iceland and Antarctica.
Its customers are also diverse.
The company worked with the Amazon Conservation Association to track deforestation in Peru.
It provided images to Amnesty International documenting attacks by Myanmar security forces against the village of Rohingya.
At the center for non-proliferation Studies at the midbury Institute, regular global imaging helps think tanks observe the sudden appearance of Iran or North Korea's missile test sites.
When USA Today and other publications wanted a aerial photo of Syria's Shayrat air base before and after it was bombed by the United StatesS.
Last April in retaliation for a chemical attack on the rebels
The news agency knows who to call.
They are free customers.
Its paid customers include Silicon Insight, a Silicon Valley-based geographic company.
Spatial analysis company that explains satellite image data.
With this visual effect, orbital insights can track the development of roads or construction in South America, the expansion of illegal palm oil plantations in Africa, and crop production in Asia.
In the company's conference room, chief executive James Crawford turned on his laptop and showed me the bird views map of the Chinese oil tank, and their floating covers indicated that they had about threequarters full.
He said with a sly smile that hedge funds, banks and oil companies themselves know what's in their tanks, but don't know elsewhere, so time resolution is very important.
Crawford also hired planetary optics for charitable purposes.
For example, it conducts poverty surveys for the World Bank in Mexico, using building height and car density as agents for economic healthbeing.
In this long exposure photo, the United StatesS.
The Forest Services plane landed on a wildfire near Lake Isabella, California, in Sequoia National Forest, using a thermal infrared scanner to capture images.
The data is covered on the map (below)
Provide firefighters with accurate fire surroundings so that they can plan attacks, predict fire behavior and identify threats.
At the same time, planet's marketing team stared at the photos all day, imagining a party of interest somewhere outside.
An insurance company wants to track the flooding of homes in the Midwest.
A Norwegian researcher is looking for evidence of glacial erosion.
But what about a dictator who wants to hunt down the dissident army?
Here, the planet's own moral code will work.
Not only does it refuse to work with customers with malicious motives, it also does not allow customers to make unique ownership requirements for images they purchase.
Another important constraint is technology.
The planets monitor the world at a resolution of 10 feet, enough to discern the outline of particles in a truck, but not human. Resolution-
It is wise that digital lobe, another satellite imaging company, offers the latest technology of 1 feet.
But for now, only a planet with a powerful satellite deployment can provide daily images of the entire land of the Earth.
We 've run the well-known four-
A mile a minute, said Marshall.
Just knowing it is possible doesn't make it easier.
Nevertheless, the planet has opened up a path.
Others will follow it one day.
When they do so, how will they use this power to see so many of the Earth every day?
Will their goals be as kind as those on Earth?
Will they try the perfect satellite photography? Higher resolution and higher invasiveness?
Marshall did not understand how this was possible.
He told me that to identify people 300 miles away, you need a camera the size of a bus.
He added that in any case, a US company seeking to achieve this goal will encounter considerable federal regulatory hurdles.
Of course, regulations can be changed.
The same is true of our technological limits.
Just a year or two ago, the country with the largest number of satellites in orbit was the United States. S.
There are about 170 governments.
Now, the Earth has defeated the sky in more numbers than the most powerful country on Earth.
Who is the next person to be the biggest brother?
On an autumn night in San Francisco, I went back to Earth to see the world through all of it
Including the lens.
A dozen clients will be there to show how they use satellite images, essentially seeing what the world means as the world changes.
I meander through the half circle of the technicians gathered around the monitor.
I can see the world everywhere.
In Bala, Brazil, I saw the dark green part of the Amazon jungle flashing red, sending an automatic email to the landowner: warning that someone is robbing your land!
I saw shipping activity at the Port of Singapore.
I see poor farmland sanitation in southern Alberta, Canada.
I saw the whole new road network in the war.
Aleppo in Syria has been destroyed, for which new obstacles have emerged on one of the roads, possibly the crater caused by a bomb attack.
I saw an oil well in Siberia 17 percentage points more than the previous year, which is a surprising sign
The increase in production seems likely to prompt a wild reassessment of the world's oil and gas markets.
More than 850,000 volunteers, known as the "fifth-largest intelligence agency", are their eyes and ears in Beijing, China and the community.
During the holidays, they will help guide the traffic, provide tourist information and check in with the infirm.
But they are best known for monitoring suspicious behavior on the streets.
A tall young man named John Goolgasian wanted me to see him in less than a year. old Virginia-
GeoSpark Analytics-based agencies are matching crime data with planetary images.
With a few mouse clicks, we see Nigeria's community surpassed by the extremist group Boko Haram.
More hits and new moon
The realized coastline was visited nine years ago: Mogadishu, Somalia, left a new scar in the deadly bombing of al-Shabab.
In a few clicks, this picture is more familiar: my neighbor in Washington, D. C. C.
Specifically, a few blocks away from my home, where a burglary report was just received.
The host stopped the show-and-
Say a few words.
Chief Revenue Officer Andy Wild talked about the new frontier in a slightly trembling voice.
As Wild said, this is one thing that can achieve the daily rhythm of the entire land on Earth.
Now, the custodians of the technology have to translate it into results.
Tom Barton, COO, said, "I hope we're here a year later to say, oh my God, we 've really changed the world.
When a young woman showed me what was on her laptop, I was thinking about the meaning of this.
Her name is Anne Neli, an Air Force veteran who is now leading the customer solutions engineer for planet.
One of the customers who need a solution for nelleigh Hills is Texas-
Insurance company.
The company suspects that it is updating the insurance policy for homeowners who have not disclosed that they have installed the pool, which has caused 40% loss to each insurance policy of the company.
So it asked the planet to provide home satellite images of Plano, Texas.
Nelleigh showed me what she found.
Looking at a block with 1,500 properties, we can clearly see the sparkling shape of 520 small bodies of water, which is far more than the insurance company's customers claim.
Neli shrugged his shoulders and smiled slightly.
People are lying, you know, she said.
Now her client knows the truth.
What will it do with this information?
A raid on the sleepy village of Plano?
Increase premium?
Ordering pictures that may show the builder installing the new Jacuzzi and the Spanish tile roof?
The future is here. truth is not just a kind educator.
It is a weapon that can be used against poachers, thieves, crazy bombers and God's actions, as well as against smaller angels in our nature.
People are lying, you know.
The era of transparency is coming.
When I walked back to my hotel, I thought of two of Islington's motorcyclists, as I have been monitoring them for months.
I was wondering if they were arrested.
I was wondering if they were guilty of anything other than a clearly interesting crime on a boring morning.
I was wondering if they knew that the invisible stranger was watching them all the time, like a stranger might be looking at me now, someone squinted at a CCTV monitor somewhere, looking at a lonely man on a cold night without a coat in the dark and vacant seems to be taking off from somewhere
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