On making the social credit system in relation to using artificial intelligence; Where do we go?

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China is using artificial intelligence, and during few years there will not be the same opportunities in business life due to this new innovation and change. So, many jobs can be standardized and we can use robots on them.

In China, they are using a social credit system, and this implies that a person gets positive points for doing right actions, and negative points for doing wrong actions. China's 'social credit' system ranks citizens and punishes them with throttled internet speeds and flight bans if the Communist Party deems them untrustworthy. So, there are incentives in the social credit system to do the right things, otherwise you can be punished for doing wrong actions.

So, these robots, have they come to just be here? Yes, they have, and the robots are also having a name, for instance Sophia, and she has her citizenship in Saudi Arabia. In 2017, social robot Sophia was given citizenship of Saudi Arabia – the first robot to be given legal personhood anywhere in the world. Bestowed with this great gift, Sophia has embarked on a distinguished career in marketing. And not everyone is keen on robots being given the same rights as humans.

The social credit system is introduced in China because they want people to do right things, of all conceivable actions that can be done. And the government wants to control the population, and see what they are doing in which places.

Paul Krugman is an American economist, and he is active with doing discussions in the public atmospheres. He has his education fra MIT, and he has won the Nobel Prize in Economics. And he won that prize in 2008. He has written several interesting and contributable books, for instance: «International Trade: Theory and Policy», «International Economics» and «International Economics: Theory and Policy» and «Fundamentos de economia». And this is in line with earlier professor Paul A. Samuelson by MIT, and he wrote books as: «Economics», «Foundations of Economic Analysis», «Linear Programming and Economic Analysis» and «Inside the Economist’s Mind: Conversations with Eminent Economists». And around Paul Krugman and Paul A. Samuelson, we have found the best economists on the planet, and they were: Simon Kuznets, William Nordhaus, Robert Solow and John Maynard Keynes.

Paul Krugman is a professor by Princeton University in the United States, and he writes many of his contributions in New York Times. He is inspired by Joseph E. Stiglitz, John Maynard Keynes and Adam Smith, of all the persons that have been here earth, of all conceivable times.

So, what are the opinions to Paul Krugman about robots and artifical intelligence? They have come to be here. Professor Paul Krugman points out perhaps the most important things with getting all these robots around, and maybe we do not need any professor in future, since we can just fill the robots with the content that we want. Smart machines can imply higher gross domestic product, but it can also reduce the demand for humans – including smart humans. We can get a society which is getting richer, but where all the gains go to the owners of the robots.

So, the social credit system and the artificial intelligence are being stored in the societies, and the problems with humans are where the thoughts are coming from, and how the thoughts are stored. With robots, we just get solutions of the problems by using artificial intelligence, and we do not know anything about the thoughts, since the robots are finding the best solutions for solving the problems which arise from time to time, and from place to place.


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