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5G: A Blessing or a Curse

April 06, 2020 Kevin Season 1 Episode 8
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Apr 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
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In episode #8, "5G: A Blessing or a Curse," I will discuss what is happening today with 5G worldwide, the technologies and use cases it opens for governments internationally.  It ties directly to digital identities, currencies and tracking at scale.  Never let a good crisis go to waste.

To keep up to date of visiting me on the web to https://linktr.ee/walkinverse

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In episode #8, "5G: A Blessing or a Curse," I will discuss what is happening today with 5G worldwide, the technologies and use cases it opens for governments internationally.  It ties directly to digital identities, currencies and tracking at scale.  Never let a good crisis go to waste.

To keep up to date of visiting me on the web to https://linktr.ee/walkinverse

Thank you, and enjoy the episode.

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ever wonder? Welcome. This is episode number eight with me, Kev. And it's April 5th, 2020. And on this podcast is gonna be on five G. But I'm gonna break it up over of course of two. And the reason being is it has a little information. Wanna covering it. And what drew me into focusing in on this topic was I started hearing a lot of things immediately about digital identities, certain things of different countries, as well as certain politicians looking for facial recognition. And that's something that's actually required if you want to really do that scale is five g. And so with that being said, let's kind of dig into here on some fax. On march 11th 2020 I came across an article that talked about how the U. S house unanimously passes the span burgers, bipartisan legislation to build national fi G strategy and was signed into law. And it is interesting that how for this there is no problem sending it and signing it, be it to help about the American people is nothing but contention. And the two things that struck out to me was they called it a secure five G and two beyond act. That was what they passed in this bill and the strategies around this were of three points, and the one that's probably more important is the second. But let's talk about the 1st 1 first, where they talk about secure fifth generation and future generation telecommunication systems and infrastructure across the United States. So what they're saying is it they wanna have a way to completely connect the country, all of it, but in a secure manner. And that's something that required by five Jean just a little bit of background on me. I worked in telecommunications for quite a long time, so I have a lot of experience with this. I've done a lot of things that scale, and one of the things that kind of held us back on certain use cases was the availability of five G s without being sad, let me continue on point number two. They talk about how they want to assist US allies and defense partners, maximizing security of five D systems and if the structures in their countries. Now when I hear that that kind of raises a few red flags because we're talking security and defense partners talking video surveillance, and I've actually been very familiar with those type use cases as well, and especially when you're talking in foreign countries. And so then when you have technologies like five G with modern type of solutions, this sets up the way for biometrics, little surveillance and also facial recognition at scale again. And the key thing here is doing that scale. And before we just couldn't do it without five g in place, it just couldn't be done. You couldn't move that much data with the legacy that's required in order to track and use these metrics. So it's really a lot of data we're talking about here. And then the last point, they said, was to protect the competitiveness of us cos the privacy of US consumers. And when you look into protecting consumers or businesses, you're talking about something like a global letter or block chain. I'll get into that later as well, and with that technology gives you a way to basically track things with not being erased so you can hold the identity of a person or company forever. Every transaction that was made, you would know it be part of the chain globally. It was connected globally. Right? So the question is, are they looking to do that or the just us and then continues? Honest says that and the integrity of international standards setting bodies against foreign political influences. So now what they're saying here is censorship. So tracking certain information, fake news, whatever. They deemed me fake news and censor it. Okay, Now we're gonna go into more dates were in a backtrack. So that was in March of 2020 right with his village is signed. But if we go back a couple years to April 19th of 2018 I came across this article and actually, I wasn't I wasn't really aware that this person was also involved in it. And it reads Bill Gates backs $1 billion plan to cover Earth in video surveillance satellites. And that's exactly what I was referring to when I saw the verb ege in the bill that was passed without even doing the research. And in this article says that a satellite company planning to launch a $1 billion network of satellites to provide live and unfiltered coverage of the Earth has been backed by former Microsoft chief executive Bill Gates and Japanese tech giant Softbank. So as we're talking this podcast, the next one remember the names write them down because it's gonna be important we go back in review. And then it talks about how these tech leaders are backing Earth Now It's another program of some type, and I haven't really done with that yet, but I'm not really interested in that right yet. And they plan to launch 500 satellites to cover Earth's atmosphere in video surveillance to provide live video feed back with only a second of delay one second with other technologies for Blockchain or for ah metric coyote eating to be in the middle second range. So for video, they're going to go with a second, which they can do with low over satellites and then continues. Honest says that this is a Washington based company, and they're also working with Airbus, which was kind of surprised to see So you have Airbus, Gates and Softbank all right, and that's a Japanese company so remember Japanese United States now working together with Bill Gates on this initiative. Then I found another article in May of 2018. Call the photonics for five G networks again, Write that down photonics and go look that up and photonic technology will play a key role in five G networks in different contexts. With the article says, it talks about how they will allow a transmission, a riot of huge amounts of data traffic and at a reduced cost. And so priority. If I do, you couldn't move data at that volume of little price point. We just impossible. And we're talking petabytes plus skill. And so lost solutions I've actually worked on personally was penned by Plus Kelso. I understand the problems and the complexities of that and explain what a pet abi it is. If you had 500 billion pages of standard type text that's a petal by 500 billion pages of text of ah type text, or to put it in context in books. If you had a three page book, it would be 1.7 billion and the petabytes only the icing on the cake. We're talking even more data than that. So when you hear the word photonics, you're talking about data at massive scale. All right. And then I fast forward to November 1st 2018 and I found other article, but this time a debt with DARPA and again the same technology called photonics. In the articles Tada was bringing photonic signaling to digital microelectronics. This is interesting. So with this program, Darkest seeks to unleash the performance of modern multi cip module's by integrating optical signaling at the chip level. And so what they're talking about here is this is a technology that will allow you to move Ah, voice video telemetry, which is io teens sensor data. So think about drones are if I d biometrics things of that nature through local area networks, computer networks and across long distances. So when you think about that, in order to pull this off, you need to have a mesh that would connect globally in order to move data at scale. The PETA by plus go and they also talk about in the article how they're trying to put these antennas on towers, schools, parks, utility poles, federally owned land buildings, us and also in satellite lower orbit. satellites. As we saw the bill, Gates was also protein that with Softbank out of Japan. And when you have these type of frequencies available for you or Spectrum's, you can really utilize drones, facial recognition, biometrics position tracking, joke or geo location, digital currencies and one that because these are all dependent upon five G. All right there. We fast forward to January of 2000 and 19 january 8th 2019 there another article that I found very interesting and I wasn't aware of it twice on researching and the article title. Five g from space 20,000 satellites to blanket the Earth. So Elena must've made a deal with FCC using space X tow launch 12,000 satellites and they're all, um, five jean satellites that are low orbit. And this is approved by the FCC of March 29th 2018. And they gave him permission of the timeto launch 4400 roughly right. But the toll number like it says 20,000. And now they're saying, and another article by business insider that I found that by 2027 they're looking at approximately 89,000 satellites around the Earth and some of the companies that are backing this initiative. Our space sex with 12,001 Web with 4500 Boeing with 2900 and a company called Spire Global with 972. By having a type of technology, you can really enable use cases that you can even dream of before. So you just just kind of keep that to back your mind when you start hearing about five G and new technologies and so forth because it allows them to have a lot of control over people without even realizing that sometimes. So your cell phone, for example. Even if you take out your SIM card, do you still be tracked with landlord? I'm not too sure about how the iPhone worked with Anders. I know you can. And so when you have your device with you, especially technology like this, there's nowhere you can go with about them knowing the location, right? Even think about biometrics or think about facial recognition. Just recently, I saw an article from the governor Washington Eiseley, who talks about how he's passing some laws for facial recognition in Washington state. So again, your turn to kind of see how it's gonna take effect right Then, on april 5th 2019 their article titled Here's the World's First Country Tow Launch five G Service's and Talks How South Korea's Operator s Key Telecom has selected the Korean leaders in various fields as the world's 1st 5 G subscribers. Then, in March 30 2019 I saw other article titled The UK Gets his first but limited five G network. And the thing is, though, they've been doing a study prior to this on 2017 they actually had a study where they did their first planting, maintaining harvesting a crop without any human intervention whatsoever using five G so you can see how also that this could help control economies, right? So reduce the workforce, use more autonomous vehicles, more automation and Lisa, let me place clip for you, and you can hear for yourself what they talked about. Put the links in the description about it. I found it interesting that this is where we're at.

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Three U. K. Is one country leading the way in smart farming Innovation five g solutions are being tested across the country is part of the government led five G Rural first Initiative in the English county of Shropshire. The hands free hectare project achieved a world first in 2017 by successfully planting, tending on, harvesting a crop without a single human stepping foot on the field. Autonomous tractors so deceives drones with a ranger. Sensors monitored the crops and samples were taken remotely, providing data for targeted fertilizers and pesticides, while a driverless combine harvesting the project's five G is now being used to increase the capability, precision and efficiency of the system, from perfecting potato production in the Netherlands to a planned five G connected oyster farm in Japan, a variety of trials cropping up across the world.

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So as you can see, this technology is really heating up around the world. In this, it's ah, it's a global effort, right? Okay, now that being said, we're going too fast for it to August Hey, 2019 and I found other article titled Russia's 1st 5 G's own deployed in Moscow and this was interesting. Is said that the deployment of five G network is one of Russia's priorities. According to the Digital Economy of Russia Federation National Program, it is crucial to establish robust five D communication and all cities of Russia by 2024. And the key thing to understand there is national program and digital economy. No, the next podcast, I'm gonna talk about something called lockstep Mass. Exact same Burbage in that presentation that was done by Rockefeller's Think was back in 2010 is as he quite awhile ago, anyway, they needed five G in that article and two temperament. What you're seeing here with his article within Russia and Japan and in the UK right? So with that being said, let's fast forward to September 17 2019 and he gave a member. Softbank will now says Soft Bake accelerates Japan's five G network, planned by two years that on October 9 2019 for another article Title five gm Blockchain the building blocks of the shared economy. Now you kind of start to see it come together. You have satellites going up, Yeah, five D Towers blanket in the world. And now we're talking about global economies or shared economies, right and in this article talks about discovering digital identities and how a digital identity will be the cornerstone in the online world. As I expect to have 18 billion devices connected by 2022 now. The giving illustration was gonna read it verbatim, it says. To illustrate the potential Blockchain, consider that the automation of devices also include automatic management of money. That's interesting. Here's a great example. A self driving car as part of a taxi service realizes and registers that it needs to be cleaned. It can automatically drive to the carwash, pay for the service and be back on the road, ready to serve customers about any human having to manage the process. So they basically are looking to take away a lot of jobs. Like when you go to the grocery store today. Self checkout. Put that on a scale of 100 or 1000. That's what this is going to do. Just gonna wipe out all Lauren job. So the job that your kids would have you know, you're the elderly could have. They're gone. The rights of the day, I will tell you will, you know, but they'll have more jobs in technology, right? But those jobs are not designed for the house. I say the new worker or the person entering the workforce doesn't have a college degree or doesn't understand this type of stuff. What are they gonna do? Those jobs are now gone, all right. And that talks even further about how Blockchain is a perfect fit for digital identities. Again, that is biometrics, that is, a digital passport that is, to Basie track everything that you do by your identity within the Blockchain. All right. And the last paragraph of that was interesting to said, in a world moving quickly towards shared ownership as well as the Internet of things, which is I ot devices drone sensors so forth as service is powered by five G block chain will no doubt offering secure away for automation to truly take off. And you're talking here. Aye, aye. Robotics, drones, digital payments and automation. Okay, now, remember how I mentioned earlier that a the governor of Washington just recently signed something on facial recognition? Well, in December 31st 2019 this was a test. The article is titled Facial Recognition, five G Power Glasses, enhanced Biometric Passports and Interpol Border Updates from Asia. And I'll read you the clip out of the article. It says this the biometrics gadget identifying travelers faces and flight. Anyone who appears suspicious were labeled as high risk. Now, like I said, I have experienced in this in this field quite a bit of it, actually. And you have to create a baseline to flag anyone who appears to be suspicious. So I, as a developer, I, as the body behind the algorithm, decide what is suspicious or not. So do you remember that when you hear about people saying that? Oh, you know, this is safe that we could trust. Who's controlling the question, I always ask is, Can you You don't know who's behind this, right? It could be hacked. The code for the recognition can be hacked. It could be tweet. You have no idea how easy it is to add to these type of programs what you want to define a suspicious or label something's high risk. Okay, we continue on this says that a very fast and processing and transmitting data due to five D technology will it be fast with five d plus the photonics we mentioned earlier passenger halls are equipped with high definition face recognition cameras. They collect and cross match faces with a customs database, and so again, yours now seen with with the satellites in place with the five G tires going everywhere that now you can truly track anyone globally with the database is linked internationally. Okay, so we're talking straight up tracking. In January 21st 2020 I saw another article from the World Economic Forum, and the next podcast will dive into this little more. And it was from Davos in Switzerland, and it talks about how United States made many deals trade deals. One was with China, which we've heard about. Other one was a Mexico Canada agreement, and these are the biggest deals or ever made, it says. Then also, we made deals with Japan, South Korea as well. And the UK We're negotiating tremendous to deal with United Kingdom. Remember, these air countries all evolved this five G as well. So that was that A connection, not a connection. You did think about that. You need to go research and see what's going on right? I can tell you one thing is that when I hear what these deals are about, it says that this includes critical industries like a I quantum computing or five G. Again, it's all about tracking all about digital identity currencies. And, you know, diver, that in next podcast. Further as well these deals according to this article, our artificial intelligence, quantum computing and five G Look up, tensorflow. That's the application you can use to do. Um, hey, I is called tensorflow t e n s o r f L o w. And you'll be surprised what you see about it. Look at the use cases in what it can drive. So when you look at the technology's always look at the use case and see what they can drive, what are they used for? Now what you're being told looking up that in January 21st 2020 there was another article came out, um, from the CEO of Ericsson. Ericsson is a telecommunication company, right? It says five D robotics on show for world leaders and DeVos. And what it says is that five D technology partnerships across business, government and society are key to developing the digital economy. There you go again, digital currencies. By embracing enabling such partnerships, new digital opportunities can be realized to benefit the global economy again, national economies again and business of all sizes. And this ties directly toe presentation I spoke about earlier called Lockstep. All right, remember, Davos was on, I believe, January 21st. But on January 7th, there's our presentation from the World Economic Form, which was also mentioned in the previous article. And with this presentation was title was the impact of five G, creating new value across industries and society if you I'll give the link. But if you go and download the presentation was like 64 to 60 years cases and they're interesting. You want to just look through them. Look at the key players to see who's involved in this and again Bill Gates all over this as well among many, many other players, not just him. So I'm gonna kind of recent highlights from this article. It says the key function Drivers of five G will unlock a broader range of opportunities, including optimization of service, delivery decision making, A I end user experience. So they're talking about removing jobs from humans, right? It's this autonomous type of jobs. Robotics of factory becomes, you know, a smart factory. Smart cities. Aye, aye. Drones for surveillance for tracking light like think about we hear the news today, right? now with this corona virus. What are we seeing around the world? Drawn to doing the doing surveillance, Making sure people are in there. Lock down, ended. In some countries, they're doing disinfectants, All right, with five G. It makes extremely possible. And a lot of these countries that you're seeing these, uh, drones in are in these five G countries where they set the network's up. It continues. Honest says that this results in 13.2 trillion in global economic value by 2035 generating 22.3 million jobs. That's a lie. It generates 22.3 million high tech jobs, not entry level. So your kids, they will not be doing these jobs is not gonna be happening. The elderly who are no longer in the workforce, whatever reason, will not be having these jobs. People laid off that were blue collar workers will not be having these jobs because the technology take the jobs away. And it infuriates me for people to spread this narrative that it creates more jobs. No, it does not. It takes jobs away, and we're seeing it every single day. Personally, I have been an eye teeth Oh, my God, 30 years. I'll tell you one thing is not the same as it was three years ago. A lot of the jobs are outsourced. A lot of them I've seen industries completely wiped out. Now is before this thing we're dealing with now called the Corona Virus. With job just being decimated, right left this center and then implant rate is in the millions right now, and I don't believe it's peaked yet, Right? So it's a great job that dodges in fury to me. And then the article continues. Honest says, to better understand how to realize this large estimated economic output potential, this report proposes a bottom up approach. Analyzing 40 use cases. I thought it was 60. So it's 40 and it actually goes into the company's the use cases that techno is actually really interesting. Look at, if your technical person, if you're not, it's still very interesting. You kind of see where things are going. Um, identified by key industrial advances and social impact areas, in addition to the main functional drivers of five G and the required maturity levels of these drivers, additionally says it maps the five ecosystem to identify its components, stakeholders and interdependencies, and the actors need to accelerate five D deployment and fully realized the potential. Remember X celebrated five G. This was article This article was in 2020 and right now, two days. We speak there slamming all over the world. One of five GS faster they can. Satellites are in orbit. 12,000 right now are in orbit low orbit satellites for fi G. And here's from the bullet points I pulled out through the use cases. So I went through the slide deck, just kind of pulled out some high level use cases and what they were were this. And remember, they need to move a lot of data with low latency use of five G for augmented reality. Adopting five G for railways, five D enabled health care solution for hospitals, Biometrics, biochips Bringing intelligence automation to manufacturing smart factories. Aye, aye. Power Robotic solutions for logistics. And here they talk about covering everything from sorting, induction, transportation, a loading and end e commerce, express, seaports, airports, manufacturing and other scenarios. Now, a few years ago, I was traveling a lot while I was working. Probably travel Every week, I met a lot of people, and I talked a lot of pilots, and that was one thing that has talked about. Was it how they want to have pilotless airplanes and the pilot goes, That's impossible because there's certain things that you never teach A I that you only can get through experience. But the point being is, you think industry cares. There's too much money to be made. They could care less. It's about dollars. It's not really about anything else. They long as they hit the stock price, make the shareholders happy. It doesn't matter. I've even heard about how insurance companies are pushing for driverless cars as well, and they just don't care about the accident rate because we're setting aside now to pay it out because they know there's there's gonna be loss of life. But the end game is a lot of revenue, so it's sad. But that's just the way it is. That's where we're at today. Another point was Dora. Bought Products include pick and place robots for sorting and loading, collaborative mobile robots and planning and scheduling software for a streamlining warehouse operation. So all those jobs people have to ah, you know, sort and put things were in the warehouse gone self driving system for cars, crime, self driving, vehicles for material handling, fully autonomous, heavy haul, long distance roadway systems bringing driverless trucks to market. So for years, they have been testing on the highways in the in the Nevada desert area, long haul and no driver's autonomous trucks, big rigs going back and forth, making deliveries. Now I heard from a driver that use that there's one person that truck for when they wanted to drive through the city. But now, today I have a feeling that they're beyond that point drones and smart cities. So that's what we're looking at. And in the next podcast, I'm going to dive deeper into this and talk about key players and what they have in place right now on what has been in place for a long time. So one thing you could look a pro Quake is a spoiler alert. Here is something called Path from Seattle. Again, it's a Seattle company who is involved with the world economic form, World Health Organization and again, Bill Gates. That being said, I'm gonna read a poem called The Fall The Missile's launched the world collides The heavens fall The black crow dines the angels dead The sun has Dr Mountains mourn As the mothers cry, the devil rises The river's die death has fallen the moon alive And folks that's it for this podcast. And I hope you enjoyed it. If you like to keep up the date or took out My book on Amazon is on Kindle Unlimited or Kendall or Paperback You can go toe link tree l i n k t r dot e ford slash walk in verse w a l k i N v E r s e Again this link tree ford slash walking burst until next time everyone

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be safe and

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peace.