Cheuk Ting Ho
Open Source contribution
June 9: 1M Hong Kong citizens participate in a largely peaceful march
June 16: 2M citizens marching again in a peaceful protest
June 24: crowdfunding campaign to place advertisements in major international newspapers duing G-20 summit
July 1: hundreds of thousands of citizens take part in an annual pro-democracy march.
Meanwhile, another group storms the legislative building.
Aug. 11: beanbag round hits and ruptures a young woman’s eye
Oct. 1: first protester shot
An app that 'auto clicks', it uses the PPS system in HK to pay tax $ by $. Each transaction with PPS cost the government $2.
It affects it's citizens:
Businesswoman had her image flashed up on a public display screen with a caption saying she had illegally crossed the street on a red light.
Headwear measures electric signals from neurons in the brain and translates that into an attention score using an algorithm.
Protesters fear these “smart lampposts” may have surveillance and facial-recognition capabilities.
Communist Party’s fourth plenary session calls on HK to prioritise the central government’s authority and boost efforts to safeguard national security
Uighur detainees listening to a “deradicalization” presentation at a reeducation camp,
In the old days, only the rich and powerful are literate, they control the knowledge and the society
What does it mean in the 21st centry
Are we AI/ Tech literate enough?
If only the rich and powerful have access to technology, they have more control over us