Bad news continues to flood out of China.
The latest will cause major headaches, with America in the midst of a crime wave.
But the latest creepy development out of the Communist Chinese could find its way to American courts.
It’s no secret the Communist Chinese government is cracking down on all dissent.
This, of course means, the courts have been flooded with so-called “criminals” who have spoken out against communist oppression.
So, in true Chinese fashion, Communist China has developed robots to take the place of these staples in the courtroom and, honestly, it’s a little creepy.
Scientists in the U.S. are haggling over how many masks will protect an individual from a virus that is 99.9% survivable for most of the population.
Our military has literally become the laughing stock of the world as ‘woke’ leaders worry more about people’s gender than the protection of our country.
Meanwhile the Russians are preparing to invade the Ukraine.
And the Communist Chinese appear ready to ramp up attacks on India and attack Taiwan.
In short, the U.S. is slowly crumbling as our enemies are gearing up for world domination.
But before the Chinese can achieve total control of the world they need to handle some issues at home, mostly all those pesky pro-democracy activists hanging out in jail cells.
Demonstrations, anti-communist speeches and articles, and opposition leaders have sprung up trying to fight back against the oppressive communist regime in Beijing.
The crackdown on these opposition leaders is causing a real backlog in the courtrooms, so the Chinese decided to handle in a way only they could – robots.
It’s being reported that scientists in Communist China have developed an artificial intelligence program that can sort through information and “evidence” and file criminal charges.
It’s a robot prosecutor.
According to BizPacReview, robot “prosecutor” will be given a verbal definition of a potential case and then will decide, based on the information given, whether or not to file charges.
According to the scientists working on the system, the “prosecutor” can file charges with an amazing 97 percent accuracy rate!
Of course, those numbers are based on what the communist government considers crimes.
According to Shi Yong, director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Big Data and Knowledge Management Laboratory, “The system can replace prosecutors in the decision-making process to a certain extent.”
Currently the program allows the robot “prosecutor” to identify up to eight different crimes.
The Chinese hope that number will only increase in the future.
The program will also soon be able to not only decide whether or not to file charges, but also to determine the best suggested sentences for each crime.
There is no doubt those trying to suppress speech in the U.S. are already looking into how this technology can be implemented here.
As if the U.S. court systems don’t have enough problems with actual human prosecutors, now we’re going to trust Chinese robots.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.