It will take super-computers to create these SMART CITY ECO-DOMES---you mean that is what SMART CITY goals are------turning these US cities deemed foreign economic zone city centers into SUPER-COMPUTER CONTROLLED ECO-DOMES for only the global 1%? ABSOLUTELY. Do not listen to all the sales of populism for the 99% -----there will be NO ROOM AT THE SUPER-DUPER ECO-DOME INN.
Baltimore is far behind the WEST COAST technology Foreign Economic Zones of San Fran, Portland, Seattle----but that is what MOVING FORWARD will build these few decades in our US mid-size cities deemed Foreign Economic Zones----like Baltimore.
Think your nation's 1% will be ROGUE and break away from ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE once it's built? FORGET ABOUT IT----that is what ONE GLOBAL ENERGY/TECHNOLOGY GRID control forbids. It will leave life and death in the hands of those controlling that NUCLEAR----we mean ECO-DOME SMART CITY button.
Use Amazon’s ecodome to foster community
March 10, 2016 Keelin Everly-Lang
Amazon has become a major economic and cultural force in Seattle over the past few years. The company owns more than 10 million square feet of office space according to GeekWire, and is constantly expanding.
Their newest architectural project consists of three giant glass spheres that will be filled with so many plants it will require a full-time horticulturalist to maintain. According to GeekWire, “The largest of the three spheres will sit 95 feet tall and 130 feet in diameter.”
What an interesting addition to the city, one might think. First an expanding waterfront including a ferris wheel, revitalized South Lake Union scenario and now huge ecodomes.
Yet these domes will not be open to the public and are designed more to inspire innovative tech workers than to add aesthetic for Seattleites.
Amazon’s exponential growth has had an adverse effect on everything from housing price increases to homelessness within the city. The company continues to gentrify Seattle, jamming new residents into an already overcrowded city without giving much back.
They have actually lied about the few small contributions they claim to have made.
There isn’t anything morally wrong with building a modern and interesting environment in which to grow their business, but the building of the new ecodomes represents just one of many missed opportunities to connect with the community whose city they have taken over.
Why not create partnerships with local eco-friendly projects like the Beacon Hill Food Forest? The ecodomes could be used to raise seedlings that could then be planted in the community garden designed in the theme of permaculture. They could have a tourist feature that would bring revenue to the city. A partnership with local schools could teach children about ecosystems as well as economics. Choosing native plants for their synthetic ecosystem could raise awareness about local wildlife.
Amazon doesn’t need to invest in Seattle communities to increase their profit margins. The company is successful regardless of its effective colonization of the city. Cheerful tech workers can continue to step over the bodies of the homeless population as they stroll to work from their newly constructed condos. They can live in their bubble of perfection as skyrocketing rent prices slowly push out more and more of the population.
Although the well-being of Seattle’s longest residents doesn’t affect Amazon’s money making efforts, I can’t help but think that it would be beneficial to all involved if they cared even a fraction more about the communities they are disrupting.
Amazon is the Ellis Island of Seattle, bringing vast numbers of fresh transplants into a new city. Why not have easy volunteering opportunities to help the homeless or build partnerships with local restaurants in places most vulnerable to the negative impacts of construction?
Although enjoying the trendiest restaurants and living in the trendiest places may be plenty for these people, Amazon could easily and with no cost to them, steer the masses of wealthy “Amazonites” to the treasures that Seattle had before they came here.
Fostering a true sense of connection to all aspects of the community would help transplants find a true bond with their new environment. It would also help Amazon lose their reputation as an evil gentrification machine.
Although it won’t bring down housing prices or help the homeless, incorporating a community aspect into Amazon’s new ecodome could start the process of healing their relationship with the city it has abused.
WISCONSIN is fast becoming the most far-right wing authoritarian extreme wealth extreme poverty state-----they are also tying the state to GLOBAL FOXCONN. These are the connections to tech company jobs.
We will end with the most oppressive and regressive use of SUPER-DUPER MEGA-DATA COMPUTERS----that of being FAR-RIGHT CORPORATE FASCIST branding of human capital. That is what these microchip implants are-----not an exterior branding-----an implanted one. No doubt these employees of a tech corporation are allowing this because they were hired as 5% players to promote the idea that all of this is OKEY-DOKEY.
The goal of SMART CITY online technology for all industry and development is as we said to create mega-data files on all human capital----that takes lots of GODZILLA --BITS. We are going to be filled from national media with citizens thinking all of this is OK and what is being touted as VOLUNTEER of course will be a requirement for anyone wanting a job. Let's take a look at what kinds of data will be stored in these microchips we are now told simply unlock doors----act as national ID's=====
HITLER'S LABELS ON ONE POPULATION GROUP AFTER ANOTHER HAS NOTHING ON THESE ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE ONE BRANDED GLOBAL LABOR POOL 99%.
Tech company workers agree to have microchips implanted in their hands
- By ENJOLI FRANCIS
- Rebecca Jarvis
WatchThree Square Market becomes the 1st American company to implant employees with microchips
Some workers at a company in Wisconsin will soon be getting microchips in order to enter the office, log into computers and even buy a snack or two with just a swipe of a hand.
Todd Westby, the CEO of tech company Three Square Market, told ABC News today that of the 80 employees at the company's River Falls headquarters, more than 50 agreed to get implants. He said that participation was not required.
The microchip uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2004. The chip is the size of a grain of rice and will be placed between a thumb and forefinger.
Swedish company implants microchips in employees
Westby said that when his team was approached with the idea, there was some reluctance mixed with excitement.
But after further conversations and the sharing of more details, the majority of managers were on board, and the company opted to partner with BioHax International to get the microchips.
Westby said the chip is not GPS enabled, does not allow for tracking workers and does not require passwords.
"There's really nothing to hack in it, because it is encrypted just like credit cards are ... The chances of hacking into it are almost nonexistent because it's not connected to the internet," he said. "The only way for somebody to get connectivity to it is to basically chop off your hand."
Three Square Market is footing the bill for the microchips, which cost $300 each, and licensed piercers will be handling the implantations on Aug. 1. Westby said that if workers change their minds, the microchips can be removed, as if taking out a splinter.
He said his wife, young adult children and others will also be getting the microchips next week.
Critics warned that there could be dangers in how the company planned to store, use and protect workers' information.
Adam Levin, the chairman and founder of CyberScout, which provides identity protection and data risk services, said he would not put a microchip in his body.
"Many things start off with the best of intentions, but sometimes intentions turn," he said. "We've survived thousands of years as a species without being microchipped. Is there any particular need to do it now? ... Everyone has a decision to make. That is, how much privacy and security are they willing to trade for convenience?"
Jowan Osterlund of BioHax said implanting people was the next step for electronics.
"I'm certain that this will be the natural way to add another dimension to our everyday life," he told The Associated Press.
Watch today's SWEDISH ----they are quite the far-right fascists these days---
We have lots of FB friends around the world who of course are thriving STEM grads and professionals and as all who love SCIENCE we love to be part of new technology----we are shouting to developing nations reminding them of an America for centuries under a US Rule of Law, US Constitutional democratic republic tied to PUBLIC INTEREST, CITIZENS' RIGHTS, AND HUMAN DIGNITY AND WELFARE-----that is not who CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA are today. EMPIRE-BUILDING GLOBAL 1% makes all that far-right, authoritarian extreme wealth extreme poverty enslaving and brutal----that is where the US is today and so too is SCIENTIFIC METHODS AND DEVELOPMENT.
There is NO COMMON GOOD in what needs super-duper computers----mega-data gathering and files stored on each individual following their every move from morning to night.
SCIENCE FOR SCIENCE SAKE IS THE OPPOSITE OF SCIENCE FOR COMMON GOOD.
I WANT TO BE PART OF THE FUTURE----21ST CENTURY ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE FAR-RIGHT AUTHORITARIAN EXTREME WEALTH EXTREME POVERTY ENSLAVEMENT LIBERTARIAN MARXISM-----OH, REALLY?????? So, now all those CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA global Wall Street 5% pols and players are going to somehow make all this crazy policy sound LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE----
'Sandra Haglof, 25, who works for Eventomatic, an events company that works with Epicenter, has had three piercings before, and her left hand barely shakes as Osterlund injects the small chip.
"I want to be part of the future," she laughs'.
Someone please get SANDRA off the LSD-LACED VIRTUAL REALITY mind control -----and STOP MOVING FORWARD. It is our global hedge fund IVY LEAGUE corporations and their medical research funded with our taxpayer money development remote controlled microchip technology and pretending it is populist....you mean like JOHNS HOPKINS IN BALTIMORE? Yes, especially Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. Who sends those medical research funds? Those CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA GLOBAL WALL STREET POLS like Ben Cardin, Johns Sarbanes, Barbara Mikulski, Elijiah Cummings and all Maryland pols both Clinton neo-liberal and Bush neo-con.
Swedish workers implanted with microchips to replace cash cards and ID passes
As with most new technologies, it raises security and privacy issues
- James Brooks
- Thursday 6 April 2017 13:50 BST
The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee's hand. Another "cyborg" is created.
What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish startup hub Epicenter. The company offers to implant its workers and startup members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.
The injections have become so popular that workers at Epicenter hold parties for those willing to get implanted.
"The biggest benefit I think is convenience," said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and CEO of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he unlocks a door by merely waving near it. "It basically replaces a lot of things you have, other communication devices, whether it be credit cards or keys."
The technology in itself is not new. Such chips are used as virtual collar plates for pets. Companies use them to track deliveries. It's just never been used to tag employees on a broad scale before. Epicenter and a handful of other companies are the first to make chip implants broadly available.
And as with most new technologies, it raises security and privacy issues. While biologically safe, the data generated by the chips can show how often an employee comes to work or what they buy. Unlike company swipe cards or smartphones, which can generate the same data, a person cannot easily separate themselves from the chip.
"Of course, putting things into your body is quite a big step to do and it was even for me at first," said Mr Mesterton, remembering how he initially had had doubts.
"But then on the other hand, I mean, people have been implanting things into their body, like pacemakers and stuff to control your heart," he said. "That's a way, way more serious thing than having a small chip that can actually communicate with devices."
Epicenter, which is home to more than 100 companies and some 2,000 workers, began implanting workers in January 2015. Now, about 150 workers have them. A company based in Belgium also offers its employees such implants, and there are isolated cases around the world where tech enthusiasts have tried this out in recent years.
A volunteer getting a chip implanted in his hand (EPA)The small implants use near field communication (NFC) technology, the same as in contactless credit cards or mobile payments. When activated by a reader a few centimetres away, a small amount of data flows between the two devices via electromagnetic waves. The implants are "passive", meaning they contain information that other devices can read, but cannot read information themselves.
Ben Libberton, a microbiologist at Stockholm's Karolinska Institute, says hackers could conceivably gain huge swathes of information from embedded microchips. The ethical dilemmas will become bigger the more sophisticated the microchips become.
"The data that you could possibly get from a chip that is embedded in your body is a lot different from the data that you can get from a smartphone," he says. "Conceptually you could get data about your health, you could get data about your whereabouts, how often you're working, how long you're working, if you're taking toilet breaks and things like that."
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Libberton said that if such data is collected, the big question remains of what happens to it, who uses it, and for what purpose.
So far, Epicenter's group of cyborgs doesn't seem too concerned.
"People ask me; 'Are you chipped?' and I say; 'Yes, why not,"' said Fredric Kaijser, 47, the chief experience officer at Epicenter. "And they all get excited about privacy issues and what that means and so forth. And for me it's just a matter of I like to try new things and just see it as more of an enabler and what that would bring into the future."
The implants have become so popular that Epicenter workers stage monthly events where attendees have the option of being "chipped" for free.
That means visits from self-described "body hacker" Jowan Osterlund from Biohax Sweden who performs the "operation".
He injects the implants — using pre-loaded syringes — into the fleshy area of the hand, just next to the thumb. The process lasts a few seconds, and more often than not there are no screams and barely a drop of blood. "The next step for electronics is to move into the body," he says.
Sandra Haglof, 25, who works for Eventomatic, an events company that works with Epicenter, has had three piercings before, and her left hand barely shakes as Osterlund injects the small chip.
"I want to be part of the future," she laughs.
MATT DAMON is of course the less populist and more secret agent use of microchip implantation and behavior control---and yes, global 1% are MOVING FORWARD with all this use. It is earmarked in all Federal Congressional funding for medical research as under Barbara Mikulski as CONGRESSIONAL APPROPRIATIONS CHAIR---but the right wing Bush neo-cons champion all these technologies through Department of Defense and State.
NO, MATT DAMON IS NOT A LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE POPULIST AS OUR SOCIAL AND NATIONAL MEDIA ARE TRYING TO SELL--HE IS THAT 5% WORKING FOR GLOBAL 1% FREEMASON.
What we saw in Bourne Identity was the earliest versions of microchip in mind control---if you think you are super-human you will be super-human---his chip was implanted and the effects wore down as Bourne started to be torn between mind-control and human feelings.
What ONE WORLD ONE ENERGY/TECHNOLOGY GRID does is creates the infrastructure to support online microchip remote control----from satellite to cable---from walking down an alley with WI-FI----to wiring inside global corporate campuses and global factories---what is today sold as opening a door or having a national ID inscription will become these remote control devices loaded with mega - data AND THESE GOALS COULD NOT BE REACHED WITHOUT SUPER-DUPER GREAT BIG DEAD HEAD computers and telemedicine infrastructure
The Bourne Identity (Trailer)
The Bourne Identity (2002) Trailer from this action film with Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper, Julia Stiles and Brian Cox. Directed by Doug Liman.
When we allow CLINTON/OBAMA global 1% Wall Street neo-liberals be the only voice for 99% of WE THE PEOPLE as pretend left social progressives we have pols pretending to be protecting our civil rights and US Constitutional rights when in fact they are the one's installing ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE NEW CONSTITUTION for only that global 1% minus WE THE PEOPLE THE 99%. Below we see FRANCE as SPAIN and GREECE always pushing FAKE SOCIALISTS tied to global banking pretending to be left FRATERNITY---indeed, global 1% freemasonry fraternity-----always buying those 5% to the 1% global banking players to pretend to be ALT LEFT ALT RIGHT.
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Of course all of these MEGA-DATA COLLECTION policies are ILLEGAL AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL as Congress, state assemblies, and city/county councils all pass laws allowing this calling it COMMON GOOD.....HEALTH CARE FOR ALL------
France to collect personal data of 60 million with controversial database
© iStock | The French government has created a controversial new database that will collect and store personal information on 60 million people in the country
Text by Sébastian SEIBT
Latest update : 2016-11-04
France’s government last week announced the creation of a highly controversial new database that will collect and store personal information on nearly everyone living in the country who holds a French identity card or passport.The massive database, known as Secure Electronic Documents (Titres électroniques sécurisés or TES), was decreed by the government on October 30 in an effort to crack down on identity theft.
The move sparked immediate outrage in the French media, with weekly magazine L’Observateur describing it as “terrifying”, and daily newspaper Libération calling it a “mega database that will do no good”.
The TES will affect 60 million people and marks the first time the country has collected population data on such a scale since the start of the Nazi Occupation in 1940.
The database will include all the same information included on a French identity card or passport, depending on which a person holds: The first and last names, address, eye colour, weight, marital status, a photograph and the fingerprints of nearly everyone in France (with the exception of children under the age of 12) will be compiled into a single centralised system.
The information taken from passports will be stored for 15 years while identity card information will be kept for 20.
Same-same, but different?
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve was forced to defend the TES during a question-and-answer session in government on Wednesday following vocal criticisms of the system.
Justice Minister Jean-Jacques Urvoas also justified the database, saying it offered “better security for [identity cards and passports]” in a Facebook post published the same day.
Yet despite the efforts of Cazeneuve and Urvoas, both Socialists, it is unlikely that opposition to TES will dissipate. For some, the database signifies a renunciation of the values of the left. In 2012, former president Nicolas Sarkozy of the conservative Les Républicains party (formerly the UMP) proposed a similar system, which was slammed by the Socialists at the time.
“The two [databases] are relatively similar in the sense that the one proposed by Nicolas Sarkozy, which was known as the ‘honest people’s file’, also sought to regroup all personal information linked to passports and identity cards, including digital photographs and fingerprints,” Antoine Cheron, a lawyer specialised in emerging technologies with the French firm ACBM, told FRANCE 24.
Ironically, one of the most vocal critics of Sarkozy’s “honest people’s file” was Urvoas, who has now been tasked with defending a similar system.
The main difference between the two databases is that the one Sarkozy proposed in 2012 would have allowed the police to use the information it contained to investigate cases, particularly those linked to terrorism. It was partly for this reason that the Constitutional Court banned Sarkozy’s database, saying that it “failed to safeguard against the risk of arbitrary use”.
The TES, on the other hand, can only be accessed by authorities to verify an individual’s identity.
But the government’s decision to issue a decree on the system instead of submitting a bill for parliamentary approval has raised questions over the database’s legality.
“One could think that the government is trying to circumvent the Constitutional Court by issuing a decree, because the only way to contest it now is to go to the State Council [Conseil d’état, France’s highest administrative court],” Cheron said.
Cheron also questioned the decision to issue a decree. “From a legal perspective, there’s nothing to prevent the government from creating a database by decree, but there are some politicians who believe that such a system, given the scale, should not exist without a major public debate,” he said.
The lawyer’s comments echoed almost word-for-word those of Socialist Senator Gaëtan Gorce, who called for a “parliamentary debate” on TES in an interview with Libération on Monday.
The database has sparked just as many ethical objections as it has political. Critics fear that the increased security it promises will come at the expense of individual civil liberties and privacy.
“Despite the government’s denials, the database’s contents could eventually be paired, for example, with information collected from surveillance cameras,” Cheron explained. Authorities might then someday be able to cross-reference ID photos with video footage to geolocate any individual in France at any given time, in a scenario worthy of an Orwell novel.
Back in 2012 Urvoas wrote a blog post entitled, “Against the honest people’s file”, in which he warned against another possible risk of creating a database like TES: hacking.
“No computer system is impenetrable. Any database can be hacked. It’s just a question of time,” he wrote.
Below we see an article telling employees how technology branding is going to be populist, democratic, make life easier for those corporate employees----these pictures show smiling happy workers living life easy with global online technology.
The organizational changes being brought to HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT including these new microchip branding installations is simply making high-tech a global labor pool human capital distribution system built during CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA----those 5% to the 1% spent these few decades creating quite a complex movement of global human capital distributed for various reasons from one nation to another from one FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE GLOBAL CORPORATE CAMPUS to another. Where United Nations and World Bank met Clinton Initiative and Bush military and security -----billions of global citizens flowed between nations pushed by that nation's global 1%.
Microchip branding of human capital starts when K-CAREER vocational pathways are decided during testing in pre-school with tracking to global corporate campus having had those global executives choose or be told to train and distribute that citizen somewhere inside that global corporate system. A microchip implanted into these children no doubt at birth coming soon-----will log all this movement starting with which Foreign Economic Zone----BLOOMBERG FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE #2 NORTH AMERICA formerly Baltimore MD USA-----and with the global corporate campus that human capital was assigned say GLOBAL UNDERARMOUR----that global corporate campus then has the power to either keep or rent or sell that human capital ----if rented or sold that transaction would be entered into the microchip as that citizen is sent to FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE IN MALAYSIA. That citizen may be sold and left to Malaysian 1% to decide how to use that human capital from former Baltimore MD USA----or UnderArmour Malaysia may keep that citizen and outsource him as a rental worker.
MANY OF WE THE PEOPLE THE 99% IN US DO NOT KNOW THAT IS WHAT CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA BUILT THESE FEW DECADES WITH THE HELP OF THOSE DASTARDLY 5% BLACK, WHITE, AND BROWN CITIZENS.
Below we see one of the biggest multi-national corporations leading in human capital distribution these few decades---SIEMENS---already having a global corporate campus in US city deemed Foreign Economic Zone. Those thinking they are going to be in that global 2% as extreme wealth global corporate executive better think about OLD WORLD MERCHANTS OF VENICE GLOBAL 1%---they already have that 2% and are now culling them away....
How Workforce Changes and Technology Will Affect Organizations in the Future
January 10, 2017
Submitted by John Boudreau
There are two forces working in tandem to change and redefine how work is going to happen in the future. These two elements, the democratization of work and technological empowerment, are already forcing organizations to rethink how they approach human capital optimization.
In a recent webinar hosted by RiseSmart, “How to Risk-Optimize Your Human Capital Strategy”, I discussed the impact of a changing work market and how the democratization and technological empowerment of work will affect organizations. I also offered some insight into risk optimization and changing how we think about risk for human capital management. The following is a brief overview my comments around the changing work market.
The traditional work model
Traditionally, the contract between employers and employees has been limited to full-time employment. Variations to the traditional 8-hour work day, five days a week have included:
- Contract employment for special projects
- Part-time employment
- Flexible work schedule
The influence of technological empowerment
We’re all aware that technology seems to change everything every day. That leads to the work world and the idea of human-machine collaboration. Very often that concept is characterized by the idea that the robots are taking over and that we have to make a choice between a person or a robot or the idea that our jobs being lost to machines. If we look at that a little differently, it’s often not either jobs or robots, but much more the idea of how we blend the two of them. Using technological advances to our advantage, we can arm our workforce with the machines they need to super-charge their contributions to the organization.
Technological advances that have led to more flexibility and increased agility include:
- Cloud storage and file sharing
- On-demand artificial intelligence
- Extreme personalization
- Personal mobile devices
The trend is toward work democratization, meaning that work comes from many places. Contributions aren’t necessarily embedded in a regular, full-time employment contract. The new work arrangement is based on different kinds of agreements. Since work can be based on cloud-based relationships, it’s a boundary-less work ecosystem that doesn’t depend on an employment agreement to define it.
As worker relationships continue to evolve, the agreement between employers and employees takes on many forms, such as:
- Employment via platforms
- Project agreements
- Freelance contracts
- Contest engagement
- Contract employment
- Tours of duty
Think about your job titles. Which job titles will remain in the realm of the traditional work model? That’s the work that is going to continue to be performed by regular, full-time employees being supported by current technology. It may be that quite a lot of the work in an organization will remain tied to that traditional work model.
Increasingly, we see work evolving in a way that suggests that there are areas of work in our organizations where we need to think about moving to more agile work agreements. We need to support that work with more advanced technologies. Very often, I hear the analogy, “Why can’t our HR system look more like Amazon? Why can’t the system remember the thing that I did last time and put me into the system at a place where I can continue that work the way Amazon remembers my products? Why can’t I have access to the information that I need on every device that I have?”
What kind of work might take your organization from a traditional employer to an agile employer? In an agile environment, work may get done by workers that are not necessarily regular, full-time employees. Where social networks and cloud-based networks become the vehicle through which we engage workers that work for us sometimes and maybe not work for us other times. Considering these new approaches to work might open up opportunities for you to think about optimizing risk and not just minimizing risk.
Instead of asking:
- How do we create traditional employment or jobs?
- How do we minimize the risk of turnover?
- How do we minimize the risk of bad performance?
- How do we avoid hiring people that are not ready for the future?
- How do we prepare our workforce for constant change?
- How do we engage with workers in a way that makes them more flexible?
The people at Siemens needed to entice kids and parents to consider Siemen’s hearing airs when they’re at the doctor’s office. While Siemens had the technical expertise, they didn’t have the experience in creating messages for children and families. They needed a storyteller who could tell the Siemens story in a way that resonated with children and their parents.
On the other hand, Disney is world-renown for its ability to appeal to children. Disney already has the culture and expertise in storytelling and appealing to young audiences. Instead of hiring a team of storytellers to market hearing aids to a new audience, children, Siemens “borrowed” story tellers from Disney to come up with a great story that would make wearing a hearing aid less clinical and more acceptable to children and their parents. The result was the Disney Kit for Siemens’ hearing aids for children. The Disney Kit includes a cuddly Mickey Mouse and storybook. Reading and playing with Mickey helps younger kids gain confidence in their hearing aids. To keep their aids in top condition, the kit also provides all the maintenance essentials parents need like a battery tester, drying set, listening stethoset, and a cleaning tool.
By making their organization boundary permeable, Siemens was able to meet a short-term challenge. Their ability to look beyond their own borders will make the company better able to deal with risk and uncertainty in the future. Siemens can’t be sure where its products are going to come from in the future, and it can’t be sure exactly where its innovation is going to take it. In a world where hiring a group of people on a full-time basis to solve one short term problem is not practical, Siemens was able to relax their assumption that everything has to be done by a full-time employee. Instead, they reached out to the best talent in the world to solve their problem.
There are many more examples across a lot of industries. Apple, for example, has formed a number of partnerships with organizations like IBM and Visa. There is a platform called Topcoder where companies can contract with a coder or web designer for a single job. Inside IBM there is a platform where leaders can post a single task on a platform and anyone from IBM can volunteer to take on the task. And finally, the example of solving the AIDS virus by embedding a mathematical problem that could only be solved by a handful of people in the world into a mathematical game that matched the type of problem they were trying to solve.
These types of collaborations are examples of when we think creatively about the work and we think creatively about our boundaries and how to make them more permeable, we may be able to deal with unexpected opportunities. When opportunities such as Apple Pay, driverless cars, and hearing aids for kids come up, we can deal with them more effectively if we’re willing to be flexible in our thinking.
Here are some questions to ask:
- How do we deconstruct assignments?
- How do we make the reward as individual as possible?
- How do we think creatively about the reward?
- How do we think about our organizational boundary?
- Can we make an alliance with someone?
- Can we reach out to a community of talent?
- Can we open up our organizational boundaries?
The systems we use teach our constituents how to think about risk. If we have systems that tend to emphasize regular, full-time employment and hiring people, systems that tend to emphasize risk minimization (like reporting turnover rates and celebrating when turnover rates only go down) we may be missing opportunities to have our information systems, our data management systems, and our HR process system reflect a new way of thinking.
Think about it this way:
- Could we have HR systems that would present lots of different options for how we get work done, not just employment?
- Could we have HR systems that embedded our turnover rates in something that looks more like a supply chain?
- Could we design systems to help us see places where we can tolerate greater turnover because it gives us greater opportunities?
In the first half of the webinar, I discuss optimizing your human capital risk in more detail. You can watch the full webinar HERE or read the blog recap from the first half HERE.
IF THAT'S WHAT PEOPLE WANT IN TEN YEAR'S TIME-----
Forgetting the oppressive goals of these mega-data human capital branding microchip structures----lets look at what is needed for all this massive digitalization of citizen data that used to either go unnoticed or some information ended in a folder of a doctor's office or a government agency.
It is the complexity of this system combined with the desire to make it global that creates the need for SUPER-DUPER COMPUTERS AND SUPER-DUPER ENERGY EXPENDITURE.
This is why these super computer structures MUST HAVE all kinds of massive energy platforms ----we don't have enough simple electricity---we don't have enough simple natural gas----we cannot do all this with GIANT BATTERIES and MASSIVE SOLAR PANEL PLATFORMS----global 1% need ALL OF THE ABOVE to fuel these absolutely WORTHLESS TECHNOLOGY STRUCTURES having NO COMMON GOOD.
Imagine once these structures are installed IF THEY CAN PULL OFF SMART CITIES FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES AROUND THE WORLD---how all this will then be transferred to PLANETARY MINING COLONIES-----they cannot do SPACE X ---space colonization without SUPER-DUPER MORE SUPER DUPER computers all needing more and more RARE EARTH minerals almost gone from PLANET EARTH.
While the 5% to the 1% global Wall Street Baltimore Development 'labor and justice' organizations tied to global corporate campuses and pushing global online technology as great----democratizing------building STARTUP businesses----creating the demand for WE THE PEOPLE THE 99% to follow in TWITTER----to know the newest software----programming language---NOTHING IS MAKING CITIZENS MOVE AWAY FROM ONE WORLD ONE ENERGY/TECHNOLOGY GRID.
Published on Apr 7, 2013
Dateline NBC Psyop: Microchip Everything 2017
A human microchip implant is an identifying integrated circuit device or RFID transponder encased in silicate glass and implanted in the body of a human being. A subdermal implant typically contains a unique ID number that can be linked to information contained in an external database, such as personal identification, medical history, medications, allergies, and contact information.
Here is a right wing NEW AMERICAN.COM-----we also have the NEW AMERICAN CAUCUS of Congress which is simply the far-right wing global banking Clinton neo-liberal wing for our new immigrant citizens. It is critical our new immigrant 99% global labor pool understand goals of these human capital distribution systems AND the fact that all these technologies taking space on SUPER-DUPER REALLY BIG COMPUTERS is costly-----so the goal is not to have citizens which to follow.
The issue of population control has been around for a thousand years---it drives global 1% deciding to have wars just to kill their own population groups on some FAKE issue of national sovereignty. The push now is tied to limited natural resources and global corporate sustainability that does not allow for more than that campus will employ.
That is what remote control microchip implantation contraception starts to do---but culling the population will need to lose several billions of people. The United Nations and International Labor Organizations ---ILO is committed to reaching those goals and have their global 1% and their 2% with that 5% selling all movement to far-right, authoritarian, militaristic, extreme wealth extreme poverty LIBERTARIAN MARXIST GLOBAL CORPORATE SOCIALISM working hard to make all this sound LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE.
Our EARTH's natural resources would not be under such threat when we STOP MOVING FORWARD. The revenue used to build infrastructure directed at local 99% sustainability ending these SMART CITY technology structure WOULD create plenty of sustainable food, water, housing for ALL OUR 99% US CITIZENS BLACK, WHITE, AND BROWN CITIZENS. Our global 99% should be doing the same in their neck of the woods----GET RID OF GLOBAL WALL STREET 99% POLS AND PLAYERS.
Thursday, 27 October 2011
UN Pushes Population Control Agenda
Written by Raven Clabough
According to the United Nations, the earth’s population will reach seven billion by October 31. For the world body, however, that is not something to celebrate. In fact, the UN Population Fund is focused on ways to decrease the world’s population, and has selected October 31, “7 Billion Day,” as a day to raise awareness about “sustainable development.”
The United Nations has openly proclaimed that the world’s increasing population is a cause for concern. Likewise, the UN has advocated for its Agenda 21 program that seeks to bring about “sustainable development.”
On February 10, The New American’s William Jasper wrote of Agenda 21:
The UN’s Agenda 21 is definitely comprehensive and global — breathtakingly so. Agenda 21 proposes a global regime that will monitor, oversee, and strictly regulate our planet’s oceans, lakes, streams, rivers, aquifers, sea beds, coastlands, wetlands, forests, jungles, grasslands, farmland, deserts, tundra, and mountains. It even has a whole section on regulating and “protecting” the atmosphere. It proposes plans for cities, towns, suburbs, villages, and rural areas. It envisions a global scheme for healthcare, education, nutrition, agriculture, labor, production, and consumption — in short, everything; there is nothing on, in, over, or under the Earth that doesn’t fall within the purview of some part of Agenda 21.
Agenda 21 is yet another means to achieve ultimate control. Additionally, as noted by LewRockwell.com, a key component of Agenda 21’s sustainable development is population control, since Agenda 21 seeks to achieve reduced consumption, social equity and the preservation and restoration of biodiversity. Proponents of Agenda 21 and sustainable development believe every societal decision should be based on environmental impact, including land use, education, and population control.
A United Nations resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly specifically designed to implement Agenda 21 reads:
…. population growth rates have been declining globally, largely as a result of expanded basic education and health care. That trend is projected to lead to a stable world population in the middle of the twenty-first century… The current decline in population growth rates must be further promoted through national and international policies that promote economic development, social development, environmental protection, and poverty eradication, particularly the further expansion of basic education, with full and equal access for girls and women, and health care, including reproductive health care, including both family planning and sexual health, consistent with the report of the International Conference on Population and Development.
Likewise, the March 2009 U.N. Population Division Policy brief began with the statement, “What would it take to accelerate fertility decline in the least developed countries?”
The same theme was prevalent in the 2009 World Population Report released by the United Nations Population Fund entitled “Facing a Changing World: Women, Population and Climate.” That document made a number of frightening assertions:
- "Each birth results not only in the emissions attributable to that person in his or her lifetime, but also the emissions of all his or her descendants. Hence, the emissions savings from intended or planned births multiply with time."
- "No human is genuinely "carbon neutral," especially when all greenhouse gases are figured into the equation. Therefore, everyone is part of the problem, so everyone must be part of the solution in some way."
- "Strong family planning programmes are in the interests of all countries for greenhouse-gas concerns as well as for broader welfare concerns."
Many of our own lawmakers and members of the Obama administration have openly called for population control. Former vice president Al Gore, for example, made the following statement regarding population control:
"One of the things we could do about it is to change the technologies, to put out less of this pollution, to stabilize the population, and one of the principle ways of doing that is to empower and educate girls and women. You have to have ubiquitous availability of fertility management so women can choose how many children have, the spacing of the children.
You have to lift child survival rates so that parents feel comfortable having small families and most important – you have to educate girls and empower women. And that’s the most powerful leveraging factor, and when that happens, then the population begins to stabilize and societies begin to make better choices and more balanced choices."
Maurice Strong, head of the United Nations Environmental Program, alluded to population control and more when he stated in 1990, “What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? In order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring this about?”
President Obama’s Science Adviser John Holdren wrote a book in 1977 called Ecoscience in which he indicated support for forced abortions, sterilization through infertility drugs or through the nation’s drinking water or food, having babies seized from single mothers or teen mothers and given away to couples, requiring that “people who contribute to social deterioration…be required by law to exercise reproductive responsibility” (i.e. more forced abortions or sterilizations), and creating a transnational “Planetary Regime” that controls the global economy and dictates the details of American lives by use of an armed international police force.
Holdren went so far as to say that the United States Constitution permits population control, “Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.”
Population control has also found support amongst other prominent Americans, including Microsoft’s Bill Gates, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sierra Club Director David Brower, Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger, and David Rockefeller.
Given the United Nation Population Fund’s push for decreased population, and the surprising level of support it has received within our own federal government, groups like the John Birch Society are pushing to defund the UNPF. According to the JBS:
The propaganda from the UNFPA (known as the United Nations Fund for Population Activities from 1969 to 1987) indicates that its programs do nothing more than “reduce poverty and ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every birth safe, every young person is free of HIV/AIDS, and every girl and woman is treated with dignity and respect.” And how does the UNFPA accomplish such lofty-sounding goals? By promoting “family planning,” access to abortions, and instituting sex-ed programs, especially for youth.…
So, instead of promoting policies that would delay marriage and childbearing for the poverty-stricken of many countries, the UNFPA encourages promiscuity. Instead of abstinence training, a sexual revolution is advanced. And, instead of telling teens the truth about free sex, they hype the glories of condom use that afford little or no protection from sexually transmitted diseases rampant in many third world countries. Shockingly, the UN’sanswer to gender discrimination and sex selection brought about by the one-child policy is “safe” abortions.
Fortunately, the U.S. House of Representatives Relations Committee has introduced HR 2059, which defunds the United Nations Population Fund. The legislation has 83 cosponsors and is said to save taxpayers $400 million.
What’s clear is that the American people must act quickly as civilized nations are beginning to act in accordance with the UN’s drive for population control. In the United Kingdom, for example, the Daily Mail reports that thousands of “abnormal babies” are being selectively aborted each year. This is expected behavior in a world where population control takes center stage.