The Global Secure Information Exchange System (GSIXS, written and pronounced as G6), known as mìngyùn (命运, destiny) in China, is a worldwide biosecurity and health informatics network owned by Zhupao and administered by the United Nations (UN). It was developed in 2040 as part of a China-led multilateral response to the CMD pandemic. The public health mandate continues to be G6’s chief responsibility, though its information technology (IT) package, which combines artificial intelligence (AI) solutions with implanted neural colloids, has found use in a wide range of additional network services. (Full article…)
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