Russia through the hidden eye


Nov 8, 2022
December 26, 2022

The topic of switching to foot food in the form of worms, flies and feces, in parallel with the phased elimination of subsistence farming, farming as a guarantee of self-sufficiency and human survival, even in harsh conditions of total control, continues to aggressively advance in Russia. Deputy Prime Minister Denis Manturov, with his statement "working with the mentality" of Russians who do not want to eat "meat" from larvae, set a vector for the local authorities. Especially to long–time partners of global projects from the Moscow City Hall. And now the pioneers of the destruction of the digital transformation of education, public administration and in general everything human in the name of the "bright" future of the Shvab Fourth Industrial Revolution in the person of DONM are promoting an interview with an "advanced" 11th grader Ivan Pestov from school 1542 on their TG channel. The guy firmly decided to do business on 3D printing of food, and caring mentors at school helped him strengthen his intention. RIA "Katyusha" publishes an analysis of the iconic story.

"Progress does not stand still. In the Netherlands, almost all fast food products are printed on digital 3D printers. The food printing market is a very promising niche, I believe that its development in our country is very expedient. My project is renting out my 3D printers to my target audience, and I also train people to work on them. In food 3D printing, you can use anything from chocolate to insects. The main thing is that it should be a finely structured, ground substance. There is no human factor, no margin of error. You just upload a 3D model and get the finished product. It looks very nice, concise and delicious, most importantly.

I came across material on the Internet about promising 3D printing methods, then my homeroom teacher offers me to participate in a school conference, for which I get a five on the subject of "engineering workshop". Then within the framework of the MOS project.I was helped by mentors, all sorts of mentors. They talked about how cool it is to be an entrepreneur… I didn't stop and went on. I received a grant, which I plan to invest in the purchase of food 3D printers and the development of my own project
," the teenager says in official social media.

"It's so convenient to make a juicy burger or a perfect scrambled egg for breakfast at the touch of a button. Watch our motivating video, and perhaps you will also want to explore this promising area!", - the DONM immediately inspires the younger generation to 3D food exploits in the name of the UN SDGs.

I immediately remember "our" Deputy Prime Minister Manturov, who called for "working with the mentality" of Russians in order to switch to a pseudo-meat of fly larvae and worms. All this, of course, is the coordinated work of adherents of "zero emissions" and "green economy". However, if you get to the bottom of it, it turns out that pseudo-green. Because poultry and fish meat will be created not from meat, but from the components of all those substances that Schwab, Gates, Gutierrez and company bequeathed to us to eat. In this list there are both feces and human flesh.

And for them, the main thing is mass character, not the quality of the final product. To feed 50 million hungry people in 2022 (UN data), everything must be cheap and angry. That is, GMO legumes and grains will be generously poured into 3D printers, and a bunch of taste, smell, color, and consistency simulators will be added… No one will care about the quality, and most importantly, these guys will never admit that their 3D slurry (subsequently thickened) it is neither fish nor meat. Only the human body cannot be deceived, because today there are tons of delays in EU stores in the departments with "vegan burgers", etc.

But the road to a "bright tomorrow" for humanity for transhumanists goes through tough showdowns with all doubters and dissenters. They want to do us fools a favor, make us happy. Therefore, when the mother of a student from Roma Pestov's school "dared" to write in the comments under the news a negative opinion about surrogate 3D nutrition and this whole project, a vigorous rebuff followed.

Here they are so hypochondriacal and impressionable, lobbyists of the Shvabovsky 3D feed for "service people" ((c), the head of the SIC im. Kurchatov Mikhail Kovalchuk) and the neophytes they nurtured. There is no doubt that in the near future we will face a whole wave of propaganda of the agenda of their new slave-owning system. But this does not mean that reflective citizens will remain silent and eat their projects."


Nov 8, 2022
April 12, 2020
Foresight developers develop success: Matvienko and Kravtsov advocated the legalization of e-school as one of the main forms of education

Before our eyes, the worst forecast for the rate of destruction of the traditional system of knowledge transfer and the classical school is coming true.

The developers of non–human neurostrategies for the removal of "one-button people" distributed by castes could not help but take advantage of coronavirus hysteria - and now they are directly talking about the need to permanently secure the status of a full-fledged form of education for the remote. Until now, we recall, it was absent in the Federal Law "On Education", only the possibility of using distance learning technologies in teaching was mentioned. Now the role of the main lobbyists for legalizing the distance was assumed by senior officials – the Minister of Education Sergey Kravtsov and the "universal soldier" Speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko.

Following the voluntary and compulsory transfer of all schoolchildren and students to electronic distance learning during the so-called self-isolation, despite the frankly disastrous experience of the first week of the distance and the boundless indignation of unhappy parents, who, on the basis of their own voluntary statements, were made responsible for the life and health of children, the quality of their knowledge and providing them with everything necessary for a full–fledged (in fact, a priori incomplete) educational process, "effective managers" from education have connected heavy artillery. And now a dangerous experiment for the health of the younger generation can become the norm for us.

"The coronavirus pandemic has given impetus to the movement towards the formation of a system of school and university education that organically combines both traditional and distance, digital learning technologies. The future belongs to such a system. And it requires more precise legal, legislative registration in the near future," Valentina Matvienko wrote in her blog on the website of the Federation Council.

At the same time, using the well-known instructions for slow cooking of a frog, Valentina Ivanovna hastened to calm everyone down and noted that the traditional school with direct communication between the teacher and the student should not be canceled.

"In any case, I adhere to this position. Without this, there can be no full-fledged socialization, integration of the child into society. But we must understand that distance learning will no longer be practiced as a backup, temporary method only in emergency situations like the current one. It has many advantages. It's stupid to deny it," the speaker said.

About how many advantages there are in "teaching" children who are staring at computer monitors in their rooms, and who really needs it in the first place, we told in detail in the material "The Hour of the Bull" for Russian education: analysis of foresight strategies preparing legalized slavery for "human capital". Now there is no doubt that all the levers for managing (read – destroying) the knowledge transfer system have finally passed into the hands of the mad bankster Herman Gref with a transformed brain, the emissary of the globalists-the husband of the head of the Central Bank Nabiulina, HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov, as well as the adherents of chipping the brains of children Dmitry Peskov and Pavel Lukshi (more about their plans – again, see the material at the link above).

The head of the Ministry of Education Sergey Kravtsov, known as Gref's creature, did not sit in ambush for a long time and immediately supported Matvienko's initiative.

"The situation in which we all find ourselves today and the scale of the transition to distance learning dictate to us the need for new legal foundations in the education system. We support the task outlined by Valentina Ivanovna and are ready to get involved as much as possible in the elaboration of the legislative regulation of distance education. We call on the expert community and interested agencies to join this process. Distance learning is an important element of the educational process, significantly expanding the opportunities of students," the press service of the Ministry of Education quotes Kravtsov.

The expansion of opportunities for complete degradation of personality and early destruction of health, for the introduction of a lifelong "personal development trajectory" for the transfer of a biological object (as digital sectarians call people) of a limited set of "basic skills and competencies" for the role assigned to it – yes, all this will certainly become our reality at a distance, and this is what Kravtsov calls for. We once again understand why this executive manager, an "innovator", submissive in everything to Mr. Gref, who "looks after" education, took Olga Vasilyeva's chair - and the latter's dismissal was not accompanied by any clear explanation, criticism, etc. Although Vasilyeva gave up positions to transhumanists, she did not do it so clearly and left there are some hopes for the parent, pedagogical and academic communities. Now all of us will obviously have more problems.

Let's call a spade a spade – we are on the way to the complete destruction of education, especially in the context of our national traditions, our culture, the Russian/Soviet school, closely related to the upbringing of a person with spiritual and moral values, patriotism, love and respect for great personalities and achievements in the history of the country. The beginning of the end was the transition to the Bologna system and the Unified State Exam, as well as the iconic words of former Education Minister Andrei Fursenko (now, by the way, an assistant to President Vladimir Putin), who openly called for "educating not the creator, as the Soviet system did, but a qualified consumer." We were hoping for a radical change and a "rewind" in the issue of the destruction of the foundation of the Russian school, but now it is obvious that the rescue of drowning people is the work of the citizens themselves.

It is obvious that the penultimate stage of dehumanization in education will stretch for 5-10 years, and citizens will allegedly be voluntarily pushed to "convenient home-based learning", "use of all online innovations", etc. But every year, learning in classrooms, in lessons with live teachers will be more and more limited under various plausible pretexts, until eventually it becomes the lot of the chosen "elite", as officially proclaimed by the sodomite Isak Frumin from the HSE (Mr. Kuzminov's right-hand man) and the same digitalist Dmitry Peskov. As a result, the "plebs" (which is about 95% of the country's population) will have to be content with pre-recorded lectures and lessons on a limited range of subjects (they will already be called "modules" or it is still unknown how) and poking the mouse into squares to perform primitive test tasks. Such an "educational process" will be monitored by "artificial intelligence" – biometric cameras and primitive programs for checking completed tests.

However, we still have a lot of hope for our people, for the consciousness of the majority of citizens – first of all, parents, family members, all citizens of conservative views that cement our society and the state, which are the key to the growth of its demography. It's time for all of us to organize and make a strong protest before the mystery of the lawlessness of the destroyers of education acquires the status of federal laws. Naturally, all officials, deputies, security forces, intelligence officers responsible for the safety and well-being of Russia and its citizens, for the protection of national sovereignty and realizing that the foresight globalists openly drag the state straight into the abyss, are invited to cooperate – in our opinion, it is the duty of every citizen of Russia to do everything so that the plans of transhumanists fail. "


Nov 8, 2022
The law on biometrics is already being hidden!
This is how they undermine the president's credibility

On December 29, 2022, the "law on biometrics" came into effect, more precisely, the Federal Law "On the identification and (or) authentication of individuals using biometric personal data ...".

Federal Law No. 572-FZ of December 29, 2022 "On the Identification and (or) Authentication of Individuals Using Biometric Personal Data, on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation and Invalidation of Certain Provisions of Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation"

Date of publication: 12/29/2022

It was on December 29 that Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law.

Since the introduction of the bill to the State Duma, it has undergone a number of changes, including in the name. It was called "On the State Information System "A unified personal Data information System that provides processing, including collection and storage of biometric personal data, their verification and transmission of information on the degree of their compliance with the provided biometric personal data of an individual." It became known as "On the implementation of identification and (or) authentication of individuals using biometric personal data ...". The very essence of the law has not changed much.

I will not repeat the dangers to our Homeland and citizens of the whole country in connection with the entry into force of this law, everything is set out in the materials "Globalism is walking in Russia" and "The law on biometrics: the last chance is in the hands of the President."
And as for the fact that when finalizing the law, provisions were introduced to prohibit the forced collection of information and discrimination against persons who refused to take biometrics, we know all this from the "history", for example, with the TIN. A citizen has the right not to have a TIN, but in practice this "tag" is required in all organizations and instances, referring to their departmental documents. Or for some types of vaccinations: there are no obligations of a citizen to vaccinate him or his child by law, but there are practical restrictions on the provision of basic social guarantees. For example, a child will not be allowed to go to kindergarten. So it will be, I am convinced, and according to "biometrics".

But now a little bit about something else, but closely related to the above. To put it mildly, about the dishonest manner of submitting information on the entry into force of this law. Someone wanted to shamefully hide the severity of the problems in connection with this law. Or maybe the law itself.

How do they usually write in the media about the signing of the law, its entry into force? "The President signed such and such a law on such and such a date...". Everything is clear and understandable. This is a statement of fact. And there is no other way to present such pragmatic official information. It would seem... but not in this case.

On December 29, news agencies presented this news in a very interesting, if not to say Jesuitical, way. "Putin signed a law banning the compulsory collection of biometrics," they wrote in the messages, without even specifying the name of the law, sometimes, however, giving a link to a 150–page law, which, as we understand, the average citizen will not even open, let alone understand a specific area its applications.
Thus, pulling out of the context of the entire document only one thought (and then – declarative – about the ban on forcing the delivery of biometrics), the public is being misled. It seems that Vladimir Putin has signed some other law prohibiting the collection of biometrics, but not the "biometrics law" itself, which, on the contrary, opens the floodgates for the mass collection of biometric data for citizens of the whole country. People, of course, will figure out in the end that it is the basic "law on biometrics" that has come into force, but that will be later.

In this vein (sometimes with slightly different nuances), all the leading agencies and mass media of the country gave information about the law: TASS, RIA,, RBC, MK, Kommersant, Izvestia, some others, even Tsargrad. The "wise" hand of the "Kremlin media pool" and "talented political technologists" responsible for the information policy of the state is felt.

This creates distrust of the president himself, because people see the insincerity and hypocrisy of such games, which one way or another, but is transferred to the attitude to the highest authority in the country. The crafty manner of presenting facts on the part of the media on this issue has once again demonstrated that some people hold the citizens of the country for suckers, since it is possible to submit information so unceremoniously and rudely."


Nov 8, 2022
UBI came into wide circulation in the last decades of the twentieth century. It stands for Universal Basic Income. We translate this term as "Unconditional basic income" (BBD) or "Unconditional basic income" (AML).
In the 70s and 80s of the twentieth century, BBD was talked about in many countries. Especially in Europe. The result was the creation in 1986 of the informal international association BIEN – Basic Income European Network (European Basic Income Network). At the 10th International Congress of the organization in Barcelona, it was transformed into the Basic Income Earth Network. In September 2022, the 21st BIEN Congress was held in Australia.

In 2017, Russia joined the BBD-International, where the national branch "Basic income Russia Tomorrow" (Basic income Russia Tomorrow) was created. On the website of this organization, you can read the following invitational words:

"A bright tomorrow is inevitable! When every person and society as a whole will receive an equal amount of money from the state every month without any conditions. A guaranteed UBI income will be a constitutional human right to a decent life. UBI's guaranteed income is freedom, independence and the opportunity for the development of each person and society as a whole. Freedom of speech and religion, freedom from want and fear; economic, creative, political and other civil liberties and rights. This is an opportunity to discuss and independently determine living conditions, an opportunity to influence decision-making in the state. This is democracy! The more perfect and developed democracy is in a particular state, the more rights, freedoms and opportunities people have, the greater the support of each individual in this state."

The state, according to Russian supporters of BBD, harbors an immanent threat of suppression of human freedom. Therefore, citizens should demand from the State a guaranteed income for each member of society as a means of protection from state tyranny and a guarantee of the preservation of human freedom.
Switzerland was the closest to a full-scale implementation of the BBD system. A nationwide referendum was held there in 2016, which was supposed to reveal the willingness of citizens of the Alpine republic to receive guaranteed income from the state. The idea of BBD was supported in Switzerland by only 23.1% of citizens, 76.9% of citizens voted against BBD. The main reason for the negative attitude towards BBD was that for the large-scale implementation of the project it would have been necessary to double the state budget and increase taxes in the same proportion.

Swiss respondents noted that the conduct of the BBD will weaken the national economy and create an unhealthy atmosphere in society. People will stop working.

A small part of the Swiss dug even deeper. They perceived the proposal to introduce BBD as a planned action to undermine society and undermine the economy. One cannot help but suspect that this project is a Trojan horse of the world behind the scenes, a global conspiracy against the people. No wonder the project is moving synchronously in many states at once. The same synchronicity and coordination of actions of most states was observed in 2020-2021, when the "covid pandemic" was declared, and then lockdowns, QR codes and vaccination, including compulsory, were introduced. The same coordination is observed today on the issue of digital currencies of central banks, and this is part of the project of building a global electronic concentration camp.
So, to summarize. BBD can be called a Trojan horse of the global elite, acting through the rulers of dozens of countries around the world.

P.S. The group of countries with low support for BBD includes, except Switzerland (see above), Sweden and Norway (in 2017, about 30% of respondents expressed support). In most European countries in the same year 2017, the ratio of supporters and opponents of BBD was about 50-50. And an amazing figure: respondents in Russia showed the highest support for BBD – 72%.


Nov 8, 2022
The news service of the Public Movement "Basic Income Russia TOMORROW" is the only website in Russia specializing exclusively in news about basic income, providing reliable reports from well-informed authors.

In Russia, the author's team of scientists and public figures is preparing for publication the book "The Idea of Unconditional Basic Income in the light of Christian Ethics"

"Blessed Augustine was convinced that those who have a lot own someone else's property. Therefore, we should look at everything we have only as entrusted to us for distribution to those in need. "Everything that God has given," says the blessed father, "beyond what is necessary, He, strictly speaking, has not given to us, but only entrusted to us so that it could pass through us into the hands of the poor. To hold is to possess what belongs to others."
"On the City of God", ch. 27, vol. VI

In Russia, an author's team of scientists and public figures is preparing to publish a book "The Idea of Unconditional Basic Income in the light of Christian Ethics." Perhaps this is the first attempt in the post-Soviet space to systematically present in Russian the essence, meaning, role of unconditional basic income as a worldview, ideological, ethical platform of a new type of lawyer social society.

The authors: philosopher, scientist (Candidate of Philosophical Sciences) V. Mokrenko, Chairman of the Council of the Public movement "Basic Income Russia Tomorrow" A. Solovyov.

The problem of poverty accompanies humanity throughout its history. In Russia, the richest country in the world with natural resources (35% of the world's reserves), the official poverty rate is about 25.2% (about 36 million people), among large families with children 39%. The reality is much worse. Meanwhile, 0.1% of the Russian population owns more than 62% of the total wealth of the country.

And if the poverty of bygone times was justified by the underdevelopment of productive forces, the lack of produced resources for everyone, then today poverty cannot be justified by anything. This is a shameful and shameful phenomenon of human civilization. Today it is already obvious that the previously existing social mechanisms do not fulfill their mission. Obviously, something is wrong with man and human society. It is morally, spiritually and morally painful.

Based on the creative heritage of Russian religious philosophy, the Holy Fathers of the Church, the Teaching of the Bible, the work explores the main issues of the problem: the ethical assessment of wealth and poverty, religious and moral attitude to property, the moral significance of mercy and charity, socio–political doctrines of society, tasks, methods of combating poverty and unconditional basic income.

The idea of an unconditional basic income fits very harmoniously into the concept of Christian ethics about wealth and poverty, goodness and justice, mercy and charity. Moreover, the idea of an unconditional basic income covers not only the task of overcoming poverty and poverty, but also serves as the basis for building a new model of a just social society.

The right to life, food and housing, medical care, education and other social rights is a right granted to a person at the time of his birth, it should not be restricted under any circumstances.

As a summary, it is concluded that every citizen of Russia has the right to a share of the national wealth of his country, this is fair!"


Nov 8, 2022
February 19, 2023
Doctor's Skype "reception" and correspondence prescriptions: what progress from WHO has brought Russia to and when we will leave it

An important press conference "International discrimination. How to defend Russia's interests in WHO and the IOC?" with the participation of a pro-family member of the expert council of the State Duma Committee on Family Issues Elina Zhgutova and Doctor of Medical Sciences Vladislav Shafalinov.

Experts honestly told about Russia's current relationship with the World Health Organization, about what awaits us soon if our subordinate status of membership in this structure does not disappear. I am glad that more and more representatives of the authorities are beginning to understand the problems – the speeches of Zhgutova and Shafalinov were supported by a member of the State Duma Committee on Physical Education and Sports Roman Teryushkov. At the same time, one of the "innovations" of the World Economic Forum and WHO in the form of telemedicine is already beginning to be implemented through Government regulations – within the framework of experimental legal regimes, they want to allow selected private clinics to "examine" patients via the Internet and immediately prescribe medicines to people. No, this is not a joke – they call it very progressive telemedicine and it is promoted at the level of all supranational structures.

"Russia has recently allocated about $50 million to finance WHO's activities. During the 72nd session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe, a report on the implementation of the anti-Russian resolution was published (we described it in detail), according to which WHO international staff were promptly removed from the WHO office in Moscow, meetings with them were suspended.

The WHO European Bureau, bypassing our parliament, conducts its draft modular laws, including applying those versions of documents that were rejected by our legislators, using the mechanisms of the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly. Literally in November 2022, at the initiative of WHO, a modular law on the promotion of telemedicine was considered at the IPA CIS site, aimed, in fact, at replacing telemedicine with a traditional healthcare system

All this raises the question of the expediency of further cooperation and funding by Russia for WHO, it makes sense to discuss it at the State Duma site – with the involvement of independent experts, public figures and government representatives
," Elina Zhgutova said during her speech.

Taking into account the many and many facts of the destructive activities of WHO, we have every right to include it in the list of undesirable organizations, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs proposed to make a list of such offices earlier. But while the cart is still there, and we are sitting in it – or rather, in it.

Vladislav Shafalinov, MD, pointed out very questionable ethical and moral aspects of WHO's activities:

"There is no point in being in an organization whose main ethics are abortion, euthanasia, LGBT, juvenile justice and, ultimately, dehumanization. There is definitely no medical sense in this. Does our minister really want to exchange certain strains with WHO? This can also be done within the framework of interstate agreements, for this it is not necessary to be a member of WHO. Many issues – the same legalization of euthanasia – lie not in the medical, but most of all in the legislative plane."

Then Elina Zhgutova drew objective gloomy prospects for our country in the event of the adoption of a Pandemic Agreement from WHO in the current version:

"It is planned to adopt a Pandemic Agreement at the World Health Assembly in May 2023. The fact that we are now dependent on WHO is not so terrible compared to what awaits us. In fact, this will mean a complete loss of sovereignty for Russia, not only medical. Because it implies the organization of WHO sanitary committees in each country, which will issue clear orders to the governments of all states in the fight against infections. Moreover, the adoption of this document, its ratification can take place under paragraph 21 of the WHO Charter, without discussion in the State Duma, without coordination with the Constitution of the Russian Federation… That is, if there are no reservations of the opposing countries of such a situation, all states will have to fulfill the Pandemic Agreement by default," the social activist said.

The experts at the press conference were supported by State Duma deputy, member of the State Duma Committee on Physical Culture and Sports Roman Teryushkov, noting the inexpediency of cooperation and financing by us as a hostile structure not only of WHO, but also of the IOC humiliating us in the international sports arena.

Meanwhile, WHO decrees and experimental legal regimes, the law on which was very quickly adopted in 2020 under the guise of covidobes, are beginning to manifest themselves in Russia. The government wants to allow prescribing prescription drugs to private clinics based on a patient's conversation with a doctor over the Internet – the same modular telemedicine law approved within the CIS, which Zhgutova told about, has begun to be implemented.

"Russian doctors can get the right to write prescriptions based on the results of teleconsultations. This experiment is planned to be extended to 15 private networks of clinics. The relevant draft resolution was developed by the Ministry of Economic Development. If the practice is recognized as successful, in three years it can be expanded to the whole country, including within the framework of the CHI, a source familiar with the preparation of the document told Izvestia.
Experts noted the half-hearted nature of the innovation: the business asked for the right to make a primary diagnosis during teleconsultations, and the government decree allows only to adjust the treatment that was previously prescribed during a face-to-face visit to the doctor.

Now, according to the law "On the Basics of Public Health Protection", a doctor can talk about disease prevention at an online consultation, analyze patient complaints, evaluate the effectiveness of treatment and decide on the need for face-to-face admission, but not prescribe prescriptions. Even the previously prescribed treatment can be adjusted during teleconsultation only by the attending physician who made the diagnosis at the face-to-face appointment.

At the same time, the law states that this mechanism can be changed for private clinics participating in the experimental legal regime (EPR). This is exactly the regime for 15 medical companies in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Perm and Izhevsk (in particular, "Doctor Nearby", "Medsi", "RenKlinika") and provides for a draft government decree developed by the Ministry of Economic Development."

Here they are - the "achievements" of the era of the fourth industrial revolution. Everything is for people, for our comfort, convenience and health. Above us (our health!) they are setting up a dangerous Swabian experiment, while openly mocking citizens. It looks very much like another fruit of cooperation between the Government of the Russian Federation and "our" branch of the 4PR Center, created in Russia on the basis of a memorandum of the Cabinet of Ministers and the World Economic Forum. And of course, the WHO moves the body "medicine" (remote "diagnostics" and "treatment") together with the WEF.

It is noteworthy that the initiative seems to belong to the Ministry of Economic Development, but the Ministry of Health approves it:

"The press service of the Ministry of Health told Izvestia that the agency "supports the development of the use of telemedicine technologies" provided that risks are minimized for both the patient and the doctor. And the latest draft, prepared by the Ministry of Energy, was reviewed with the participation of specialists and comments were "sent" on it."

Well, digital transformation confidently leads us on the path of self-diagnosis and self-treatment. You can go further, continue this logic. Why waste time describing your well-being to "some doctor" by zoom or Skype, when you yourself perfectly understand your body, are able to read the instructions for a particular drug on the Internet - and you can buy it yourself.

Well, if face–to-face diagnoses based on personal admission are no longer in trend with us, it's time to start a new wave of "optimization" of polyclinics. And doctors can finally become simple managers of pharmaceutical companies, take off their white coats, drink tea at home at a computer in a hoodie and jeans - and write prescriptions, slowly listening to their patients.

Idyllic, isn't it? But still, something is afraid for future generations of Russian citizens… Can we jump off the cart already?"


Nov 8, 2022
March 6, 2023
The Central Bank extended restrictions on cash withdrawals until September 9
"The Bank of Russia extended restrictions on cash withdrawals of foreign currency for another six months, until September 9, 2023," the regulator said. - All current limits on the issuance of foreign cash to citizens and legal entities are maintained." The Central Bank reminded that from a foreign currency account or deposit opened before March 9, 2022, you can withdraw the amount of the balance, but not more than $ 10 thousand or an equivalent amount in euros, the rest of the funds can be received in rubles. ..."

Volgodonsk administration is upgrading the "Safe City" system

Yesterday at 16:49
According to the press service of the Volgodonsk City Hall, the city administration plans to update the video surveillance system. In 2022, the city budget received 9 million rubles by winning the federal competition "Smart City". The funds will be used to modernize the "Safe City" system.

In particular, CCTV cameras with face recognition function will be purchased and installed. This will help to increase the safety of the population and speed up the procedure of search and search activities by law enforcement agencies.

The electronic auction should be announced in March or April of the current year. It is planned to purchase and install about 120 video cameras. It is also planned to purchase modern server equipment for storing the video archive for 90 days.
Smart homes – realities and prospects of the Russian and world markets

In this material I asked the experts about the current domestic and foreign smart home markets and asked them to give forecasts about the prospects for development. Separately, our media resource focused on smart new buildings.
As the regional director for St. Petersburg of TFN Group Viktor Antipov notes, technologies and the concept of smart solutions for the home are becoming more widespread and popular in Russia and in the world. This is confirmed by the increased demand for smart devices, which by the end of 2021 exceeded $ 1.2 billion.
"Users of smart solutions have long and deeply introduced smartphones into their routine life and are psychologically ready to equip its everyday aspects with the help of smart solutions offered to them. Our market, as well as the global one, responds to the increased interest quite actively. Online and offline stores already offer smart products in almost every subgroup of electronics: from lighting and electrics, to small household and climate technology. The spread has become so wide that for the arrangement of a smart home, it is no longer necessary to monitor specialized websites of specialized stores, but simply turn to marketplaces," the expert comments.

Svetlana Shatskaya, the head of the Artmon design studio, also speaks about the growing supply of smart home devices on the market. According to this interlocutor , the popular smart home functionality for private users today is represented by solutions for controlling lighting, security, acoustics, curtains and climate. Progressive users, on the other hand, pay attention to the environmental and energy-efficient advantages of introducing technologies, because a smart home, as Svetlana is convinced, can rightfully be called a "green" or "healthy home".

The situation in Russia and the world
According to Viktor Antipov, the market has been swallowed up by the dominance of cheap, not fully adapted solutions that attract people with their price, but do not offer reliable work. "Of course, we are talking about imported solutions from China using native Chinese applications."

Dmitry Sorokin, CEO of the IT company Cibirlan, in turn, says that the real estate market for smart homes is not so extensive, and currently the percentage of such housing on the world market does not exceed 2%. "Smart homes are built mainly for those who can afford it – the segment of elite residential complexes and business class houses. This applies not only to the house itself as a whole, but also to its components. Initially, they were available only to the more affluent part of the population, but now there is a bias towards creating profitable and affordable systems for everyone."

Meanwhile, according to Dmitry, there are many separate components on the market today, and not full-fledged solutions. "And in fact, many people forget what a smart home really is. This is not a refrigerator, a coffee machine or a light that can be turned on by saying one phrase. A smart home in its original understanding is a single information space, an ecosystem in which all elements, from a TV to a chandelier, interact with each other. Another important aspect worth mentioning is that no smart home can do without artificial intelligence."

Dmitry also emphasizes that the development of the smart home market in Russia is moving slower than in the West. "Therefore, now there is more of a bias towards creating platform systems, to which in the future it will be possible to connect gradually acquired additions." The largest suppliers of smart home solutions and devices, according to the expert, are Aqara, Xiaomi, as well as Yandex and Sber.

Smart new buildings
Along with the growing transformation of existing real estate into smart homes, the construction of new housing with smart functions is also growing today.

"Some 10 years ago, developers had no understanding of the concept of a smart home, there was not even a common terminology. The market offered piece-by-piece projects, and therefore expensive and difficult to manage. Today, the percentage of smart homes being built in the construction industry is gradually increasing," says Denis Bida, Director of the automation department at Alias Group investment company.

Such dynamics, according to Denis, contributes to the development of technologies, reducing the cost of such solutions against the background of increasing their overall functionality and practical efficiency. "Developers are beginning to actively lay the foundation of a smart home not only in elite projects and business class solutions, but also in mass real estate segments," adds Denis Bida.

Denis calls Moscow and the Moscow Region the undisputed leaders in the implementation of smart home solutions in the construction of new buildings. "However, at the moment the number of smart homes across Russia is increasing."

The expert also recalls that since last year, the first approved in the country "Methodology for assigning smart home classes to new buildings" has been operating in the construction industry. "The document defines a list of requirements for certification of smart apartment buildings and the minimum set of functions required to assign one of five classes: from E to A. For example, Class E means that the LCD has video surveillance, a contactless access system, automatic collection of meter readings and an application for submitting applications to the Criminal Code. In Class A new buildings, the storage period of video surveillance records should be at least 30 days, an automated control solution for all apartment systems should be installed in the house, and Wi-Fi pre-installation is also provided. If at least one of the points of a particular class is not fulfilled, then the class is not assigned."

Svetlana Perminova, director of the Unicorn company, which developed the Ujin platform, draws attention to the fact that the current vector of digitalization development in terms of automation of apartments and residential complexes is aimed at providing integrated solutions. "Platforms are emerging on the market that are able to combine a variety of software and hardware and ensure the operation of intersystem services in a single interface."

Svetlana also notes that the creation of smart residential complexes in Russia is almost entirely carried out by domestic software developers. "Market leaders have united in the ANO Smart Apartment Building, one of the tasks of which is to consolidate the efforts of players in various industries and the state to form the smart home market and scale the best practices in this area. The new organization will also improve the quality, safety and comfort of living in apartment buildings."

In general, a smart home seems to this expert to be a solution that, on the one hand, satisfies the requests of apartment owners for digital services, increases the safety of life and property, saves time, energy resources and money. On the other hand, it increases the consumer loyalty index (NPS), which is key for developers, thanks to the use of these services and automation of the interaction process with the management company.

"It is worth noting that the current level of the smart technology market in our country makes smart home systems more affordable than it was three years ago. So, in the price of a square meter, the share of the cost of a set of devices for a smart apartment for developers today ranges from 0.5% to 2%, depending on the housing class and region," adds the director of the Unicorn company.

The prospects
The potential for the development of smart homes, according to Svetlana Shatskaya, is endless. "This includes water and air quality control, monitoring of human physiological parameters, help around the house in household tasks (from cleaning to cooking), the use of smart finishing materials, because there is already smart glass and smart acrylic tiles that react to touches, touches and changes in light."

Svetlana Perminova also considers the prospects for market development very positive. "Even taking into account the current situation in the economy, we can confidently predict the replacement of departed brands, stable demand for smart services and an increase in their availability," the expert says, noting that the change of the remaining Western solutions to Russian analogues is painless due to the high adaptability of domestic software for creating smart apartment buildings, that is, the possibility of connecting a digital platform to the equipment in terms of engineering systems and a smart apartment of almost any production without losing the final functionality for residents and the management organization."

The demand for digitalization of residential real estate, according to Svetlana Perminova's forecasts, will continue, as evidenced, in particular, by the results of a survey published in the media, according to which 68% of Russians would like to live in a smart home. "At the same time, the largest developers – the groups of companies "Airplane", "FGC", "Etalon", "KORTROS", "A101", "AK BARS", "LSR Group" and MR Group – have previously implemented and continue to implement digital services and smart devices, creating a single digital environment for their facilities, which is also a confirming example of interest in smart technologies and their further development."

Dmitry Sorokin also sees fairly good market prospects. "With the departure of many Western brands, our domestic ones will start gaining momentum, the government will invest in the development of this segment. But you also need to understand that money will be allocated not only for the creation, but also for improving the security of such systems. This, by the way, is another reason why many are afraid of the word smart home and are waiting for either an uprising of machines or a leak of confidential data. Therefore, it is necessary to ensure the security of various smart systems and prevent various attacks on them."

Finally, according to Viktor Antipov, the prospects are very encouraging, since the smart device market has not yet exhausted its capacity and there is room for new players and more advanced devices that will be able to interest consumers.

"We expect that now consumers will move from single devices to the use of ready-made ecosystems like SLS (smart life system). An ecosystem is not just disparate devices, but a single network of gadgets in the whole house, apartment or car, controlled from a single application. The difference between the ecosystem of devices from a smart home is the ability to embed devices from other manufacturers and also effectively manage them from a smartphone from a single application. The largest players in the smart device industry are also showing interest in creating ecosystems. For example, mobile operators "big three", "Yandex", "Sber". Operators sell equipment for creating ecosystems in their salons. Yandex welcomes the integration of third-party brands with Alice, for example, SLS devices can be controlled using Alice. BEAC is also actively involved in the development of the market," follows from the words of Viktor Antipov. "


Nov 8, 2022
Sberbank, together with the government of the Sakhalin Region and universities of the region, opened an Artificial Intelligence Center

03 March 2023
Sberbank, together with the government of the Sakhalin Region, the Special Design Bureau of Marine Research Automation Equipment of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SKB SAMI FEB RAS) and Sakhalin State University (SakhSU) have opened the second Artificial Intelligence (AI) Center in the Far East, the press service of SakhSU reports.

The center's work will be aimed at finding and developing solutions to improve the situation in the environmental and social spheres of the island region. Here, in particular, it is planned to create models for predicting the state of the air, identifying river blockages and illegal landfills.

According to Valery Limarenko, the governor of the Sakhalin Region, the center's developments can be integrated into projects that are already being implemented in the region. So, in 2022, a center for the production of drones was opened. By combining them with artificial intelligence, it will be possible to identify defects in the road surface, inspect buildings for major repairs.

One of the major activities of Sberbank – AI for Good – is the creation of AI products that help in solving environmental, social and other general humanitarian problems. We are developing this area in close cooperation with the state and academic circles. The Sakhalin AI Center, which we are opening today, is the fruit of such cooperation. The center will be engaged in the creation of new AI models aimed at the development of the region. I am convinced that it will become an effective platform for dialogue and the development of joint projects in this area. Over time, the AI center will help grow a new generation of AI specialists.
Vladimir Putin is asked to contribute to the introduction of EPR for CFA

RAKIB and RUSSOFT appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin with a proposal to form a working group and prepare pilot projects for the use of digital financial assets in the format of experimental legal regimes.

Yesterday, on March 6, the President of RUSSOFT Valentin Makarov and the executive director of the Association RAKIB Alexander Brazhnikov sent a letter addressed to the President of the Russian Federation with a proposal to form a working group for the operational preparation of pilot projects for the use of digital financial assets (CFA) in the format of experimental legal regimes (EPR) for the subsequent selection of the most promising payment and accounting systems and their replication for cross-border payments in Russia, and then on the territory of the EAEU and BRICS countries.

The authors of the letter noted that the anti-Russian sanctions have led to the obvious need to build alternative payment systems based on the achievements of digital transformation in the financial sector.

"In June 2019, we, as representatives of IT associations, at a meeting with you proposed to accelerate the use of CFA and the use of EPR, in particular, in the field of digital finance. Thanks to your support, soon after the necessary bills and by-laws were adopted, creating the basis for the implementation of our proposals. However, we have to admit that despite your support, experimental legal regimes in the field of finance are practically not used. Moreover, in November 2022 The State Duma has submitted proposals to amend the draft law on digital financial assets, some provisions of which make it difficult to realize the potential of digital financial technologies, besides introducing into the bill not only administrative, but also criminal penalties for Russian developers of solutions based on blockchain technology," the letter says. - We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the existing state policy in the field of CFA regulation creates serious risks of the Russian economy lagging behind not only unfriendly, but also friendly countries due to the lag in the introduction of new financial technologies. It does not allow Russian business to fully use the potential of new financial instruments. Such an extremely conservative and prohibitive approach will mean for our country the loss of not only the pace of development of the digital economy, but also the inability to become one of the leaders of the 6th economic order. The existing regulatory regulation in the field of CFA contributes to the relocation of Russian companies to other, more advanced jurisdictions (even to the WPP countries), and to direct financial losses for the country's budget."

The parties asked the President for instructions to hold a working meeting with the participation of representatives of not only the Bank of Russia, but also other interested agencies, as well as with the involvement of representatives of the organized digital community in order to coordinate the principles of the state policy being formed in the field of regulation of digital financial assets. "Based on the results of this meeting, we propose to form a Working group from among its participants in order to promptly prepare pilot projects for the use of digital financial assets in the format of ecoperimental legal regimes for the subsequent selection of the most promising payment and accounting systems and their replication for cross-border payments, first in Russia, and then in the territory of the EAEU and BRICS countries," the representatives of RUSSOFT and RAKIB to the president.

RAKIB Executive Director Alexander Brazhnikov told ComNews that they assume participation in the working group of state-owned companies, the presidential administration, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, the Ministry of Energy, the law enforcement unit. "Plus a number of public organizations and companies in various areas of fintech. The projects needed primarily for piloting: cross-border payments, financial institutions to ensure cross-border payments, the creation of experimental legal regimes in the regions of the country in this area," he said.

The Central Bank and the Ministry of Economic Development did not answer ComNews' questions.

The President of NP RUSSOFT, Valentin Makarov, noted that the regulation of the foreign exchange market is within the competence of the Bank of Russia. "Approval of the creation of a working group with the participation of the Bank of Russia can only be made by a higher-level head, who can be no one else but the President of the Russian Federation. The time of sending the letter was chosen based on the fact that a year has already passed since the beginning of its, and this time should be enough to choose a solution to the extremely acute problem of currency payments.We have not yet received a response to the letter or about its receipt. In our opinion, in addition to the Bank of Russia, the Ministry of Finance, (maybe other government agencies and regulators), the working group should include enterprises with serious volumes of import and export operations, as well as development companies with developments and solutions in the field of fintech. RUSSOFT and RAKIB associations represent developers, and large users of international payment systems will probably offer themselves. Pilot projects already exist, the point is to select several of them and run them in the EPR format to determine the most secure and effective. And at the same time, it is necessary to communicate with potential partners in the BRICS countries and agree on an alternative digital payment system (proposed by us or another) to become international," commented Valentin Makarov.

Anatoly Kozlachkov, Vice President of the Association of Banks of Russia, said that the experimental legal regime is a kind of legal situation based on a certain law. "If we are talking about pilot projects for the use of digital financial assets in the format of experimental legal regimes, it was assumed that a separate cryptocurrency platform would be created and rolled out within the framework of the EPR. To do this, a bill was submitted to the State Duma, but its consideration stalled. The head of the State Duma Committee on the financial Market Anatoly Aksakov at a meeting of bankers with the leadership of the Bank of Russia said that the bill will be adopted in the first reading in the spring session, - he comments. - If we talk about all financial technologies, we are not lagging behind, we are in the top five or even the top three in terms of the aggregate use of financial technologies. It seems that the context of the issue is related to the circulation of digital financial assets and cryptocurrencies. It is necessary to separate these two issues. In terms of cryptocurrency, we are lagging behind, because we have a strict ban on the circulation of cryptocurrencies. And so far, the case cannot move forward. As for the circulation of digital financial assets, the situation in this area has been adjusted, and it will improve, as the first stage of the CFA implementation is over, and we are moving on to the next one."

"At the first stage, the law on the regulation of digital financial assets was adopted, and it was fully implemented at the level of by-laws," says Anatoly Kozlachkov. - The next stage will be associated with the tokenization of any assets. The Bank of Russia has a program to solve this problem, and there is no doubt that it will be implemented. The Bank of Russia enjoys public support in this area, and it works quickly, efficiently, and efficiently. There is another direction that is under implementation - the digital ruble. Bills related to its implementation have been submitted to the State Duma. At the same time, a legislative framework is being created."

Anatoly Kozlachkov believes that there are enough working groups. "In general, a community of those who are interested in and professionally represent the interests of financial technologies has developed. It is unlikely that something needs to be invented here," he explains. - The most pressing situation that will remain in the coming years is cross-border payments. Modeling conducted by the Association of Banks of Russia in the fall of 2022 showed that allowing the circulation of cryptocurrencies will relieve the burden on payment systems and ensure cross-border payments in the import substitution segment. If cross–border payments with cryptocurrency are impossible in the segment of payments for resources, then it is quite possible in the segment of consumer goods. Legal entities that are engaged in export-import operations are forced to build complex payment methods, losing up to 5% of the cost of transfers. The professional community vigorously poses questions to regulators to solve this problem."

The founder of the telegram channel "All about Blockchain, Brain and web3.0" Ani Aslanyan said that today there is no EPR for digital financial assets, but the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank have been working on this since last year. "Namely, the Central Bank is preparing a regulatory act on the creation of an experimental legal regime, within which operations for the exchange of cryptocurrencies for fiat money will be possible for certain market participants. Within the framework of the EPR, the issue of legalizing the exchange of cryptocurrencies for fiat money (rubles) is being worked out for two categories: for cryptocurrency miners (they receive remuneration only in crypto currency), for individual participants in foreign economic activity (who receive payment for export supplies in cryptocurrency). Legalization will allow both miners and foreign trade participants to take into account exchange transactions for tax purposes, now it is possible, but it involves a number of fiscal difficulties," says Ani Aslanyan.

In her opinion, there is no regulation in the field of regulation of digital financial assets yet, so it is premature to talk about containment. "If the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank were completely against it and issued regulations for a complete ban, then yes, the country would have chances for a strong regression. But so far there is hope for an improvement in the situation," Ani Aslanyan explained.

She believes that it does not make sense to create another group or platform, since it will not have much leverage: "There are already platforms both at the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank for dialogue with the market. Here it is only necessary to organize this dialogue, and then develop proactive and investment-attractive management solutions."

Leonid Delitsyn, an analyst at Finam, stressed that experimental legal regimes operate mainly in the field of remote medicine and in the field of unmanned vehicles. "Since RAKIB asks to convene a meeting and a working group on the preparation of pilot projects in the field of finance using EPR, it means that there is no need to talk about the "widespread" use of experimental regimes in finance yet. After all, RAKIB has been advocating the use of EPR since 2019 and includes many participants. The issue of the state of affairs in the field of alternative digital payments between friendly countries under sanctions is obviously not very public, and it is unlikely that states seek to expand the circle of those involved in the infrastructure of such payments. The association's letter mentions Russian crypto exchanges and cross-border payment systems among innovative financial instruments. Given the published opinions of law enforcement officials that cryptocurrencies are widely used for criminal purposes, it is clear that expanding the tools for their use requires determining the circle of those responsible, that is, those who will be responsible for undesirable consequences. It can be understood that neither the departments nor the associations of industry pioneers want to take responsibility for possible damage, but until the responsible person is identified, it is unlikely that it will be possible to move forward. That's why the associations are asking the president for a special working meeting," Leonid Delitsyn summed up.
The winners of the National AI Technology Olympiad have developed video analysis systems
Five winning teams received cash certificates in denominations from 250 thousand to 650 thousand rubles

MOSCOW, March 3. /tass/. Russian schoolchildren who became winners of the National Technological Olympiad (NTO) in the profile "Artificial Intelligence" have developed solutions capable of analyzing video and answering questions about its content. The final stage of the competition ended on Friday in Moscow, a TASS correspondent reports.
"Today, what we are doing - artificial intelligence, in particular - is a team game. Quite a large number of people are involved in this, and without the ability to work in a team, without the inspiration of the team, it is impossible to achieve any outstanding success. <...> Do those things that seem impossible to everyone. And only this will make you happy in the end," said Herman Gref, Chairman of the Board of Sberbank of Russia, addressing the finalists from the stage.
Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for Digital and Technological Development, Director General of the NGO "Platform NTI", also noted the importance of teamwork in a conversation with journalists, pointing out the complexity of the tasks set for the participants of the National Technological Olympiad.
Five winning teams were awarded cash certificates in denominations from 250 thousand to 650 thousand rubles. The total prize fund of the Olympiad profile exceeded 4 million rubles. Winners and prize-winners will receive preferences for admission to Russian universities - they will be able to enroll in specialized areas without entrance exams or get 100 points on a specialized subject of the Unified State Exam. The best teams will also have the opportunity to complete a paid internship at Sberbank and other companies in the field of AI.
About NTO
The National Technological Olympiad is held by the NTI Circle Movement with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science. The organizers also include the Agency for Strategic Initiatives, ANO "Russia - the Land of Opportunities" and the NTI Platform. The functions of the NTO project office are performed by the National Research University Higher School of Economics. This year, applications for participation in the Olympiad were submitted by more than 135 thousand schoolchildren and students from the regions of Russia and more than 20 countries. Since 2015, more than half a million people have taken part in it.

The NTI Circle Movement is an all-Russian community of technology enthusiasts. The goal of the movement is to form generations of entrepreneurs, engineers, scientists, managers capable of creating new solutions and technology companies. The tasks of the NTI are integrated into the national project "Science"."


Nov 8, 2022
Medvedev called for the development of nanophotonics and quantum computing in Russia
According to the deputy chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, they should be used to create modern electronics
ZARECHNY /Sverdlovsk region/, March 2. /tass/. Russia has a scientific reserve in the fields of nanophotonics and quantum computing, these technologies need to be developed and used to create modern electronics. This was stated on Thursday by Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev during a meeting at the Beloyarsk NPP on the topic of ensuring the safety and technological independence of the critical information infrastructure of the nuclear industry.

"Russian organizations and our industrial enterprises have formed a good, one can even say frankly, solid scientific foundation in those areas where nano- and radiophotonics, quantum computing are used. Of course, we need to move in this direction further," Medvedev said.

He stressed that "such technologies can be successfully used in the creation of modern electronic products", telecommunications and information systems. "Today we will also touch on this topic," the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation stressed in his opening speech.
Dmitry Chernyshenko summed up the work of digital transformation managers for 2022 and outlined the tasks for 2023
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko held a meeting with the heads of digital transformation at the federal (RCT) and regional levels (RCT). The Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Maksut Shadayev also took part in it.

During the event, the results of the work for 2022 were summed up and the best federal and regional ministries and departments were noted for the results of digitalization and implementation of the activities of the national program "Digital Economy".

The quality of work of digital transformation managers was assessed based on the results of operational tasks, including the transition to GOSTECH, information security, the introduction of a feedback platform, the transfer of state and municipal services to electronic form, and others.

The key change was the inclusion in the rating of evaluation of the effectiveness of planning and implementation of digital transformation programs. The achievement of planned indicators and financial discipline had more weight when compiling the rating.

"The year 2022 was extremely difficult for the industry and the leaders of digital transformation, but it became an important stage in the technological development of the country. Together we set up work on import substitution, information security, continuing to develop the field of digital public administration and the transfer of state and municipal services to electronic form and to carry out other activities of the national program "Digital Economy". The leaders of the rating are really champions who were able to perform relevant tasks efficiently. Keep it up!" – Dmitry Chernyshenko said.

The leaders among the leaders of the digital transformation of the FOIV were: Rosreserv, Rosaccreditation, the Ministry of Regional Development, the Treasury of Russia, Rosobrnadzor, Rosimushchestvo and the Federal Tax Service.

The regional rating was headed by: the Republic of Tatarstan, Belgorod Region, Tula Region, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, Chelyabinsk Region, Lipetsk Region, the Republic of Bashkortostan. They became the first owners of the Digital Economy White Paper, an analytical product that contains the main events of the IT industry.

Dmitry Chernyshenko and Maksut Shadaev congratulated the winners of the rating and handed them books.

Dmitry Chernyshenko at a meeting with the heads of digital transformation of the Federal Educational Institution and regions

During the meeting, Dmitry Chernyshenko instructed all federal agencies to complete the transition to a unified communications system based on a typical automated workplace for civil servants (APM GS) by May 1, 2023.

"More than 250 thousand employees of state authorities use the GP automated control system every day. But we need to accelerate – all FOIV who have not completed the transition must do so no later than April 2023. RCTs of the regions are also recommended to intensify work on connecting to the automated control system of the GS. This is required by the geopolitical situation," commented Dmitry Chernyshenko.

ARM GS is a universal communication service for a civil servant, a secure cloud solution. The service allows you to work with documents, use chatbots to control tasks and messengers for quick communication, supports audio and video calls.

Among other instructions following the meeting were the implementation of standard IT services based on the unified digital platform "Gostech", the approval of a unified policy for working with data.
"Smart City" switches to alternative sources of financing

The sequestration of federal and regional budgets forces those responsible for the implementation of Smart City projects to seek alternative sources of financing. Only with the help of concessions and public-private partnerships, the players of this market managed to attract more than 50 billion rubles in three years.

At the X Federal Forum on Digitalization of the Urban Environment Smart City&Region, an entire section was devoted to finding optimal sources of financing for smart city projects and their individual elements. According to the participants of the discussion, the task of attracting financing for the implementation of projects in the context of sequestration of budgets at all levels is not easy, especially since many of the projects are socially oriented and do not imply a return on investment in principle. Nevertheless, there are practices of financing projects from different sources.

Vladimir Vysotsky, General Director of AT Consulting Vostok, called for "turning on the brains" when there is a shortage of budget funding. He recalled that the municipal budget consists of several components - grants, subsidies and transfers, local taxes (usually on property), as well as various kinds of reimbursements and compensations. It is often difficult to take funds directly from there. However, the use of an integrated approach with a clear economic effect changes the situation dramatically. He gave an example of the implementation of the information system "Green Fund", aimed at ordering compensation for the felling of trees and shrubs during construction work. In addition, its implementation would improve the performance indicators for the implementation of national projects. The indicators of other indices, including the IQ of cities, are also increasing.

Yevgeny Kataev, Head of the Perm Krai Information Development Center, also named energy service contracts and private investments among the sources of financing. However, according to his assessment, 90% of the tasks that would be closed under energy service contracts have already been solved in the Perm Region. It is difficult to attract private investment, but it is still quite realistic. In particular, it was due to them that the project in the city of Lysva was largely financed. Also, a number of projects, including "Chusovsky Atlanteans", "Salty Verst" and "Sunny Dream", were carried out with federal funds. The costs for each of these projects ranged from 70 million to 75 million rubles.

Anna Batueva, Managing Director for Legal Support of projects of the National Center for Public-Private Partnership, spoke about the practice of public-private partnership (PPP) during the implementation of smart city projects. In Russia, the corresponding practice has already developed: a total of 53 IT projects have been implemented, the financing of which amounted to 50 billion rubles. Among such projects are smart parking in a number of Russian cities, as well as the service "Diary.RU". At the same time, among the PPP projects, as Anna Batueva emphasized, there are also those that do not bring profit. However, this circumstance is not an obstacle: their financing is a kind of payment for entry into projects that are already profitable. The downside is the long deadlines for the approval of contracts in the field of PPP, which can reach a year or more. The full volume of documentation usually exceeds 200 pages.

Georgy Pchelintsev, partner of the practice in the field of intellectual property, information technologies and telecommunications of Nextons STP LLC, recalled that at the end of 2022, serious obstacles that prevented the use of PPP in the course of digitalization projects were eliminated. As a result, there have been only four such projects since 2019. According to Georgy Pchelintsev, PPP is a convenient tool for working on long-term and expensive (400 million rubles or more) projects. The advantage here is that PPP-based financing is not tied to a three-year budget cycle.

Maria Ozernova, the head of the "City Requests" service of the Moscow Innovation Agency, shared her unique experience in grant financing projects for digitalization of urban institutions. The "City Requests" service selects the products needed to solve the urban problem, and already at the pilot phase of implementation, the developer receives grant funding. More than 100 projects have been implemented under this scheme.

Director of ANO "Smart City Competence Center" Adel Slavutin called the involvement of the first person, be it the head of a region or municipality, a prerequisite for the success of any digitalization project. Moreover, the implementation of digitalization programs is included in the list of indicators (KPIs) by which the work of governors and heads of administration is evaluated. If this has been achieved, it will be possible to find funding, including from extra-budgetary sources.

However, in practice, everything does not look so rosy. For example, at the III Forum "Smart City. New Challenges", which took place in July 2022 in Murmansk, a representative of one of the regions told ComNews that it took two years to convince the heads of municipalities.


Nov 8, 2022
The deputy proposed to control AGI technologies using the state monitoring system

State Duma Deputy Anton Nemkin proposed to create a national system of state monitoring and control of the use of AGI technologies (general purpose artificial intelligence - Artificial General Intelligence). Market players believe that legislative regulation of AGI technology at the stage of its origin may lead to a restriction of its development.

Anton Nemkin notes that by improving AGI technology and using it on the capacities of the domestic IT infrastructure, Russia will increase the export potential of the IT industry by 5-7% in the coming year. "This technology will ensure the breakthrough development of the country, as it is extremely in demand in all sectors of the economy, including because it will increase the productivity of our companies, analyze and verify the program code, and speed up almost all business processes many times. Such technologies will be happy to be bought by the governments of all friendly countries that do not have the opportunity to start implementing such a high-tech project," Anton Nemkin said.

He proposed, in addition to regulation, to develop a national system of state monitoring and control of the use of AGI by various organizations. "It is necessary to take preventive steps to legislate a completely new reality for humanity. We need a broad discussion of legislative initiatives and joint work of development companies, scientists involved in the development of AGI, leading lawyers in the field of digital law and even philosophers and psychologists, this area is so complex and multifaceted. The adoption of preventive legislative norms will help protect society from the abuse of new technology and will provide clear guidelines for the development in the realities of a completely new 5.0-time AI industry that surpasses humans," Anton Nemkin said.

Market experts and lawyers note a number of possible problems associated with the use of AGI. Thus, Oleg Moskvitin, Acting Director of the HSE Institute for Competition Policy and Market Regulation, partner of Muranov, Chernyakov and Partners, says that international regulation of legal relations in the field of AGI is completely absent and the current state of international law does not give grounds for optimism and hopes for an early and coordinated work on standardization of AI activities.

Anna Sarbukova, a leading legal adviser at the EBR law firm, spoke about the intention of the professional community to prepare a package of administrative measures, including developing a legislative initiative to establish a regulatory framework for the use of AGI. "This is the so-called strong artificial intelligence, which in terms of intelligence will be commensurate with human intelligence. Similar models have already been created - for example, Narrow AI models. The main difference between AGI is that such intelligence will not just be able to learn and make independent conclusions based on available information. OpenAI is already thinking about how to minimize all the risks associated with a program that will be able to make independent decisions. Formulated in 1942 by Isaac Asimov, the three laws of robotics are poorly applicable in practice. The adoption of a federal law, which may establish the procedure for the use of AGI by various subjects of legal relations, their rights and obligations when using AGI, will be an effective way out of this situation," Anna Sarbukova believes.

She proposes to introduce a norm that any citizen using AGI must necessarily notify other subjects of legal relations that they used AGI when creating content. "For AI model development companies, it is possible to establish obligations to train the model in such a way that it cannot be used for military or other purposes dangerous to humans and cannot harm people. For organizations dealing with health issues, it makes sense to establish obligations to additionally conduct expert verification of diagnoses made by AGI by human doctors," she added and proposed to introduce restrictions on access to AGI at the level of federal law. "Only companies that have passed the appropriate verification or certification will be able to receive it. The conditions for such certification should be established at the level of subordinate regulations - within the framework of a government decree or an act of the agency responsible for monitoring the use of AGI," the lawyer suggested.

Senior Associate of the Pen Bar Association & Paper Viktor Rykov believes that the regulation of artificial intelligence is most acute in the field of civil liability. "The problem arises due to some confusion of the subject - a programmer or a scientist who creates and trains AI models - and the object - the final AI solution used in various spheres of human activity. The most appropriate solution is to rethink the approach to AI at the level of basic copyright norms in civil legislation," Viktor Rykov believes. In his opinion, the general principles of civil liability related to the use of AI should be worked out. "This will allow us to create more targeted regulations in certain areas, be it medicine, transport or financial services," the lawyer explained. In his opinion, the creation of additional state monitoring systems is unlikely to help the growth of the AI market and the protection of individuals and companies. "At least, the creation of such a monitoring system in the absence of basic legal instruments seems to be of little use. In general, the state already has a wide variety of control and monitoring tools for a variety of IT solutions. This applies, for example, to personal data (Roskomnadzor requirements) or cybersecurity (FSB certification). Consequently, the use of AI can be painlessly integrated into the existing regulatory system, without creating new state structures," Viktor Rykov concluded.

Anton Yakimov, Deputy General Director of T1 Group for Technological Development, believes that legislative regulation of AGI technology at the stage of its inception may lead to a restriction of its development. "Administrative barriers will reduce the overall development potential of this area, since very often scientific achievements are commercialized in different fields, and not only in the one for which they were originally created. In addition, the very essence of AGI technology limits the possibility of its regulation - AGI is designed to be a universal tool for solving problems in various fields," Anton Yakimov believes. He added that examples when current AI tools wrote diplomas and passed exams for people will not become widespread. "On the contrary, they can become the progenitors of future useful tools, for example, they will automatically generate the same tasks for exams. It is by this method of trial and error that the search for the use of technology for the benefit of society is possible. In order to regulate this technology, it is first necessary to explore and implement its real capabilities," he is sure.

Vasily Zhilov, Deputy General Director for Customer Relations at BSS, believes that AGI technology will go through the testing and application search stage for some time, and only after that it will be possible to talk about the significant role of use. "For example, Gartner has a whole section displaying the maturity of the technology and the process through which any innovative product or business model passes. So, now, most likely, this is the point where the target audience is looking at the possibilities of AGI technology. It is clear that whoever starts using it first and finds a niche of application with sufficient business benefits will be at the top of success," Vasily Zhilov believes. In his opinion, given that the demand for AI and its application in Russia demonstrates steady growth, the technology definitely has prospects.

Dmitry Khodykin, head of AI/ML projects at iTentika, noted that AGI-intelligence is used in piloting cars, and there is at least one company in Russia that has achieved significant success in this. "To do this, the AI must be able to recognize and segment objects around it in real time. Text and video image generation is also a popular application of neural networks. Russia has one of the best search engines in the world, which also uses strong algorithms. In other words, with the help of neural networks, we are trying to mediate the communication of people and machines. To do this, they must see, hear, process natural language as well as we do," he explained. In his opinion, AGI needs the rules of the game. "For example, what will you do with a car that does not require a driver. If this car violates the traffic rules, who will be responsible? Or if a person using Deep Fake technology deceives the biometric sensors of the banking system and steals money, then who and how will protect the person whose identity was forged? There are a lot of questions, they need to be answered legally," he said. According to him, in order to regulate AGI, we need another AGI that is adapted for this.

Pavel Katkov, lawyer, economist, member of the RF CCI Committee on Entrepreneurship in the Field of Media Communications, notes that they usually regulate some kind of established public relations, and do not create regulation in advance when they expect the appearance of future ones. "Meanwhile, it can also bring negative results. For example, it was already difficult to adopt an anti-piracy law - content piracy and counterfeiting in some segments reached 80-90%, many formally legal businesses were growing in this, and a powerful GR-counteraction was provided to the bill. But there is a rational grain in early adoption," says Pavel Katkov. According to him, the bill may be worth adopting, but it is highly likely to be finalized and supplemented as legal relations develop in society with the participation and use of AGI technology tools.
Banks will be able to open wallets for customers on the digital ruble platform through different channels

Moscow. 2 March. INTERFAX.RU - Banks will be able to open digital ruble wallets to customers not only in their mobile applications, but also through other remote banking channels, the first deputy chairman of the Bank of Russia told reporters. She spoke to the media at a meeting of the Central Bank with bankers organized by the Association of Russian Banks.

"Of course, we are considering all online channels," she replied to the question whether an alternative way of opening wallets will be available for credit institutions whose applications have been removed from stores.

"If you see, banks are basically switching to remote services through their web applications. And those banks that, for example, want to implement this in their online banks, of course, this will also be possible," Skorobogatova noted.

"We give banks a standard protocol, and depending on which channel they want to connect from the point of view of their client, they can do it through any channel," the first deputy chairman of the Central Bank added.

She clarified that at the next stage of piloting the digital ruble platform, it is the mobile applications of banks that will be tested.

On March 2, the Tinkoff Bank application was removed from the App Store, which had been sanctioned by the European Union the day before. Previously, due to sanctions, mobile banks VTB, PSB, Sberbank and other credit organizations were removed from large foreign application stores.

Testing of the digital ruble in transactions with real customers will begin on April 1, 2023. It will be attended by 13 banks that have already passed all the necessary technical and operational tests. The pilot will take place on a limited number of operations and participants in the "Friends and family" mode.

The prototype of the digital ruble platform was created in December 2021. Piloting operations began in February 2022, the pilot group included 12 banks, later three more banks joined them."
The development of a high-precision urban air quality monitoring system has begun in Russia
The basis of the system will be several thousand mobile and stationary sensors
MOSCOW, March 6. /tass/. Russian scientists have started developing a system for tracking the sources of air pollution in cities in real time, which will be able to predict a decrease in its quality. The system will be based on several thousand mobile and stationary sensors, the press service of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) Platform told TASS on Monday.

"Scientists of the Competence Center of the NTI "Geodata and Geoinformation Technologies" on the basis of the Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK) have started creating an innovative system for tracking the sources of air pollution in cities and predicting the spread of pollution. It will work in real time and process information from several thousand mobile and stationary sensors," the organization's press service told TASS.

Existing monitoring systems analyzing data from stationary stations are not able to create a detailed map of pollution of territories based on information from various devices. They also do not allow to specify the place of contamination. The new system will help solve these problems, explained in the NTI Platform.

The system being created will allow processing sensor data that is planned to be installed in public transport plying cities. The system will detect and filter unreliable data using mathematical algorithms.

"From three to five thousand mobile geosensors will transmit data in real time to a processing system that is able to analyze the information received and create a dynamic map of environmental pollution. Such a system will be able to determine the exact location of the source of pollution, the time and even the magnitude of the toxic release. Additional volunteer data will allow us to detail the overall picture of pollution," the press service of the NTI Platform quotes the words of the Dean of the Faculty of Geoinformatics and Information Security of MIIGAiK Andrey Materukhin.

Scientists intend to complete the development of the system by 2026.


Nov 8, 2022
"Nearby" is a media group "Etalon" about what a cool city is in the XXI century, how to live in it and how to make it better. We explain how the space around us is changing and what to do if you want to change it for the better yourself.

"Nearby" is a clear—written guide to advanced urban ideas. We are for those who are looking for a home, the purchase of which will not have to regret.

Our heroes are people who change the environment around them. Using their examples, we explain what needs to be done to start living better in your area right now.
A detailed guide to the concept of a 15-minute city

We have long come to terms with the fact that you have to pay for living in a big city with time spent on endless trips and health, which is badly affected by air quality. But what if there is another way? The idea of a 15-minute city, where everything is nearby and there is no need for transport, occupies the minds of city planners and officials all over the world. We figured out what its essence is and whether this is possible in Moscow.
It is not easy to turn Russian cities into 15-minute ones: many of them were built or grew significantly during the years of universal motorization, unlike, for example, the centers of European cities with their quiet streets.

However, Yuliy Borisov, head of the UNK group of companies, in an interview with RIA Novosti, cites Moscow as an example, which is divided into 15-minute clusters.
These are the districts of the Moscow City business district, the Patriarch's Ponds restaurant, the sports cluster with the center in Luzhniki: they are provided with jobs, housing, catering establishments, and shops. However, he admits that there are no such clusters outside the third and fourth transport rings.

New hotbeds of activity are emerging around old factories converted into business centers and art spaces. So, when a business center opened in Moscow in the building of the old Danilovskaya manufactory, cafes and bars appeared around it, which local residents can use without going to the center. There are other projects: the Moscow "Winery", Artplay, the house of culture "Dawn" or the St. Petersburg "Sevkabel".

But one factory rebuilt as a cultural center is not enough to create a new center of attraction around itself. The surrounding urban environment should also meet the principles of a 15-minute city. This approach allows you to create a living environment that motivates residents to spend as much free time as possible in their area.

An example is the redevelopment of the territory of the former ZIL automobile plant in Moscow, where the Shagal residential quarter is being built today.
In terms of comfort, wealth of infrastructure and quality of architecture, the quarter will compete with the central districts of Moscow: modern residential quarters, a park area and the embankment of Marc Chagall will become Danilovsky "Hamovniki" for both local residents and residents of neighboring districts. New pedestrian embankments will pass through the territory of the district.

There will also be new pedestrian and automobile-pedestrian bridges, berths for water transport. The principle of 15-minute pedestrian accessibility of the main commercial, business and public spaces from anywhere in the district in practice means that half of all movements within the district will be carried out on foot or by non-motorized transport. Thanks to this approach, people will be able to live, work and relax in one place, which makes the Shagal quarter a new point of attraction for both citizens and businesses. "


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Voluntary-compulsory digitalization in Russia: Education Part 1
The punishment for civil passivity is the power of the villains. Plato.

February 27, 2023
Digitalization is increasingly penetrating into the spheres of life around us, education is no exception. The federal project "Digital Educational Environment" (DSP) is being implemented in Russia. As reported on the website of the Ministry of Education of Russia: "The federal project "Digital Educational Environment" is aimed at creating and implementing a digital educational environment in educational institutions, as well as ensuring the implementation of the digital transformation of the education system.
Within the framework of the project, work is underway to equip organizations with modern equipment and develop digital services and content for educational activities."

Within the framework of the DSP, state information systems (GIS) are used -the federal GIS "My School" and the digital service "My College", the information and communication educational platform "Spherum", electronic services such as an electronic diary and journal are also used.
In turn, the introduction of automated technologies for the processing and transfer of personal data increases the risk of vulnerability of the child's private life and creates threats of illegal trafficking of personal data of minors.

Full name, gender, age, place of residence and education — all this information is very valuable for those companies and individuals who are engaged in various research and advertising: marketing, promotion of goods and services, consumer search, demand generation, etc. Far from being an exception and the commission of various kinds of fraudulent actions, recruitment to religious and extremist organizations, as well as the use of data by various structures aimed at harming the life and health of children: death groups, donation, etc. Do parents and other persons who provide their personal data and the personal data of their children to everyone "at random" think about this? I am sure that most do not even think, in vain...

Since the beginning of 2022, about 60 major leaks of personal data of residents of the country have occurred in Russia, Roskomnadzor reported. The regulator told TASS about these incidents and their consequences. As a result of leaks in the network, more than 230 million records with personal information of Russians were published, Roskomnadzor indicated. "Not only personal data such as last name, address and phone number have been compromised, but also medical data, data on behavioral characteristics, consumer preferences of people," the regulator said. In Russia, the number of personal data leaks has increased 40 times.
According to the results of last year, the number of leaks of personal data of citizens of the Russian Federation increased 40 times compared to 2021. Phones, addresses of Russians, personal correspondence appear in the public domain.

A separate topic is the image of a person, it also refers to his personal data, so the use of photos of all citizens (including children) is regulated by law. Here in detail about photos and videos, when it is possible, and when it is impossible.
If a photo of a child was published on the Internet in violation of the law, without the consent of the parents, then they have the right to file a complaint with the prosecutor's office, and if the publication of photos caused moral suffering to the child (or his representatives), the parents can apply to the court with a claim for compensation for moral harm. They will be obliged to carry out inspections and take measures of the prosecutor's response. In certain cases, administrative liability under Article 13.11 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation or criminal liability under Article 137 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation is provided for illegal publication of photos of children on the Internet without parental consent.

In accordance with Article 3 of Federal Law No. 152 "On Personal Data", personal data is any information related to a certain or determined on the basis of such information to an individual (subject of personal data).

Article 9 of the law presupposes the consent of a citizen to the processing of his personal data. Children are minor citizens, therefore, in accordance with part 1 of Article 64 of the "Family Code of the Russian Federation", their rights are protected by parents and legal representatives. By giving consent, parents confirm that such processing is legal and does not violate the rights of their children. Parents have the right to revoke their previously given consent to the processing of personal data at any time and after revoking consent, they must be deleted. Parents must express their consent to work with the personal information of a minor child in writing with a mandatory handwritten signature.

It would seem that everything is so clear and unambiguous - there is no consent for the processing of the child's personal data, so they will not be processed in an educational institution! But as if not so…

Digitalization in Russian education.
According to Rossiyskaya Gazeta (the official press organ of the Government of the Russian Federation): "Since the beginning of this year, all schools and colleges in Russia should use only state information systems (GIS). For this purpose, the federal GIS "My School" and the digital service "My College" were developed. The domestic sphere of education is increasingly using information technologies to improve the effectiveness of training and the level of knowledge.

Since 2019, the federal project "Digital Educational Environment" (DSP) has been implemented in our country. Among its tasks are equipping educational institutions with modern equipment, developing digital services and educational materials that help students gain the necessary knowledge.

The creation of the state information system "My School" became part of the "DSP" project. Since the beginning of this academic year, it has been implemented in a pilot mode in 15 regions of the country. And from January 1, 2023, all schools in Russia began to connect to it. Today, users of the FGIS "My School" have access to personal accounts, a library of verified educational content, a testing subsystem, cloud storage, document editing and other services. The electronic library contains more than 6.5 thousand educational materials. It is planned that by 2024, materials for each lesson for all subjects of the school curriculum from 1st to 11th grade will be presented here.

FGIS "My School" should also incorporate existing digital solutions. For example, the information and communication educational platform "Spherum". It allows teachers and students to communicate, including from different regions, and dads and moms can use it to attend parent-teacher meetings online if they cannot attend in person. Spherum was launched in March 2021, and by mid-February 2023, the total number of its users reached 6.9 million people - 6.14 million schoolchildren and 0.76 million teachers. 44.3 thousand educational organizations have joined the platform. It is planned to integrate the achievements of the Moscow Electronic School (MES) into the My School platform, for example, an electronic diary and a magazine.

Starting this year, the "My College" service, intended for students and teachers of secondary specialized educational institutions, should be launched in Russia. "The digital service "My College" is formed on the basis of the FGIS "My School" created by the Ministry of Digital Development of the Russian Federation. It will be built in the full logic of this platform," Natalia Zolotareva, head of the Institute for the Development of Vocational Education, told RG.

Back in 2020, the Government of the Russian Federation approved a Nationwide Action Plan to ensure the restoration of employment and income of the population, economic growth and long-term structural changes in the economy (approved at a meeting of the Government of the Russian Federation on September 23, 2020 (Protocol No. 36, Section VII) N P13-60855 of October 2, 2020)

In the section "Accelerating the technological development of the economy and increasing labor productivity, including on the basis of digitalization", you can see paragraph 16. "The state as a digital platform": the transition to proactive and comprehensive provision of public services in digital form without the need for face-to-face visits to public authorities and MFC based on platform cloud solutions, the introduction of electronic registers of issued permits and licenses, the creation of a unified system of online identification of citizens and ensuring the legal significance of their actions in digital channels of interaction.

There is also an Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated 18.11.2020 N 600 "On approval of methods for calculating targets of the national development goal of the Russian Federation "Digital Transformation"

The methodology is designed to calculate the indicator "Achievement of digital maturity in key sectors of the economy and social sphere, including healthcare and education, as well as public administration" by 2030, 100% of students have a digital profile.

Even more interesting is the Order of the Department of Education and Science of Moscow dated April 15, 2021 N 87r "On the management of personal files of students in electronic form"
2. Heads of educational organizations subordinate to the Department:

- when conducting document management in terms of accounting for the contingent of an educational organization, be guided by the regulations and ensure the transition to maintaining personal files in exclusively electronic form with respect to students enrolled in educational organizations for the 2021/2022 academic year and later. The Order contains a Provision, in paragraph 1.2 it is reported: "The student's personal file is kept exclusively in electronic form in the AIS subsystem "Enrollment in the OU" of the Integrated Information System "Public services in the field of education in electronic form".

1.4.1. In the AIS subsystem "Enrollment in OU": data about the student, data about the parents (legal representatives) of the student, documents submitted by parents (legal representatives) to the educational organization when registering an application for enrollment using the automated information system "Official portal of the Mayor and Government of Moscow"

2.2. The ELD contains the following list of fields:

2.2.1. Data about students: The "Student's full name" block:

- Last name;

- Name;

- Patronymic Block "Identity documents: Number (temporary identity card); Date of issue (temporary identity card); Issued by whom (temporary identity card); Passport; Series (passport); Number (passport); Date of issue (passport); Issued by whom (passport); Birth certificate (Further-SOR); Series (SOR); Number (SOR); Date of issue (SOR); By whom issued (SOR); Block "Other documents": TIN number (optional field); Date of issue of TIN (optional field); Series (policy of compulsory medical insurance); Number (policy of compulsory medical insurance); Date of issue (policy of compulsory medical insurance); Number (SNILS) (optional field); Date of issue (SNILS) (optional field);Number (social card) (optional field); Date of issue (social card) (optional field); The "Gender" block: male/female; The "Additional information" block: Selection of the health/disability restriction code (when choosing the code, it is possible to choose whether there is a conclusion of the Central Psychological, Medical and Pedagogical Commission of Moscow and an adapted educational program); Date of birth; Citizenship (optional field); The "Contacts" block: Contacts, Email. Block "Address": Address of registration at the place of residence in Moscow; Address of registration at the place of stay in Moscow; Address of actual residence.

22.2. Data on the parents (legal representatives) of the student. It contains the full name, identity documents, SNILS (optional field), contacts

It is important to note that paragraph 2.3. among other things states: "The student's ELD contains the following documents:... electronic consent to the processing of personal data...". So they still need voluntary consent here, which means they can not give it, it's voluntary.

No less interesting document is the ORDER of August 23, 2021 N 159r "On the procedure for interaction with legal representatives (parents, guardians) when admitting (enrolling) children in preschool groups of educational organizations", the same Department of Education and Science of Moscow. In addition to the list of documents for the child, an impressive list of documents of the parent.

2.4. The legal representative of a child entering an educational organization for the first time, in order to form an electronic personal file of a pupil, attaches scanned copies of the following documents in the personal account on the Portal:

- birth certificates of the child;

- about the registration of the child by the registration authorities at the place of residence or at the place of stay in the city of Moscow;

- a document certifying the identity of the child's legal representative, or a document certifying the identity of a foreign citizen or a stateless person in the Russian Federation in accordance with Article 10 of Federal Law No. 115-FZ of July 25, 2002 "On the Legal Status of foreign Citizens in the Russian Federation";

- orders of the guardianship and guardianship authorities on the establishment of guardianship (guardianship) over the child (for guardians);

- a document confirming the applicant's right to stay in the territory of the Russian Federation (for foreign citizens and stateless persons);

- a document confirming the legality of the representation of the rights of the child (for foreign citizens and stateless persons);

- a document certifying the identity of the child (for foreign citizens and stateless persons).

Further more, on the basis of this document, the parent has an obligation to provide medical information.

4.2. A notification is sent to the legal representative in the personal account on the Portal about the need to issue a child's medical card in the form 026/u-2000 "Child's medical card for educational institutions of preschool, primary general, basic general, secondary (full) general education, institutions of primary and secondary vocational education, orphanages" before the start of the visit to the preschool group and boarding schools" (hereinafter referred to as the medical card).

4.3. When servicing a child in a Children's city polyclinic, the provision of a medical card to an educational organization in paper form is not required, the medical card is available to the educational organization in electronic form.

If the child is served in a medical organization that is not part of the state healthcare system of the city of Moscow, the medical card is provided by the legal representative personally to the educational organization on paper. Upon receipt of a medical card issued by a medical organization that is not part of the state healthcare system of the city of Moscow, the responsible employee transfers it to a medical worker assigned to an educational organization.

Well, how do you like such voluntary consent to the provision of personal data, and even constituting a medical secret? And similar documents from local education departments can be in any city.

But a plan, an order and an order is far from the same as a federal law. There is already a law that prescribes an option when the service is provided only in digital form, and for quite a long time. Federal Law No. 210 "On the organization of the provision of state and municipal services" dated July 27, 2010
Article 4. The basic principles of the provision of state and municipal services are:

6) the possibility of obtaining state and municipal services in electronic form, unless prohibited by law, as well as in other forms provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation, at the applicant's choice, except if, on the basis of federal law, the provision of state or municipal services is carried out exclusively in electronic form.

In the same Law, Article 7.4. The register model of accounting for the results of the provision of state and municipal services

1. The results of the provision of state and municipal services are taken into account and confirmed by entering information in electronic form into state and municipal information systems by the bodies providing these services.

2. The result of the provision of a state or municipal service shall not be drawn up in the form of a paper document, unless otherwise established by regulatory legal acts regulating the procedure for the provision of such a service.

On the website of the Government of Russia, you can find an explanation of what the "registry model" is. The registry model implies a transition from providing the result of public services in the form of a paper document to an entry in an electronic register. In practice, such a model has already been implemented in federal executive authorities, Rosreestr, and the Federal Migration Service of Russia.

Federal Law No. 298-FZ of July 14, 2022 "On Amendments to the Federal Law "On Education in the Russian Federation""

1) add part 8 to article 28 as follows:

"8. An educational organization has the right to use electronic document management in its activities, which provides for the creation, signing, use and storage of documents related to the activities of an educational organization in electronic form without duplication on paper, unless otherwise established by this Federal Law. The decision on the introduction of electronic document management and the procedure for its implementation are approved by the educational organization in agreement with its founder.";

"6.1. The list of documentation, the preparation of which is carried out by teaching staff in the implementation of basic general education programs, is approved by the federal executive authority responsible for the development and implementation of state policy and regulatory regulation in the field of general education.

Order of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation No. 582 dated July 21, 2022 "On approval of the list of documentation, the preparation of which is carried out by teaching staff in the implementation of basic general education programs"

In accordance with the specified order , such documentation includes: 1. The work program of the academic subject, the training course (including extracurricular activities), the training module; 2. The journal of academic performance; 3. The journal of extracurricular activities (for teaching staff engaged in extracurricular activities); 4. The plan of educational work (for teaching staff performing the functions of classroom management); 5. Characteristics per student (on request).

It is also important to note that in 2020 the law on the federal population Register was adopted, where a large digital dossier is collected for each citizen, including data on his marital status, education, military registration, etc. Regardless of the consent of citizens, all authorities are required to enter personal data there.

Federal Law No. 168-FZ of June 8, 2020 “About the unified federal information register containing information about the population of the Russian Federation”

Article 1. Scope of this Federal Law. This Federal Law establishes the organizational and legal basis for the formation and maintenance of a unified federal information register containing information about the population of the Russian Federation (hereinafter referred to as the federal register of information about the population), including the collection, processing, storage, receipt, use and protection of said information, as well as ensuring the relevance and reliability of other information about the population Of the Russian Federation of State information resources and municipal information resources.

Article 2. Federal Register of Population Data. The Federal Register of Population Information is a set of information about the population of the Russian Federation formed in accordance with this Federal Law on the basis of information about citizens of the Russian Federation, foreign citizens and stateless persons specified in paragraph 2 of Article 6 of this Federal Law, which are contained in the state information systems of state authorities of the Russian Federation, management of state extra-budgetary funds.

Article 7. Information included in the Federal Register of population information

2. The federal register of population data includes:

1) information about an individual: a) surname, first name and patronymic (if any) and in case of their change other surname, first name and patronymic (if any); b) date of birth; c) date of death; d) place of birth; e) place of death; f) gender and in case of its changes to a different gender; g) information about the marital status of an individual, including records of acts on the conclusion and dissolution of marriage; h) citizenship of the Russian Federation and (or) citizenship (citizenship) of a foreign state or foreign states; i) information on whether a citizen of the Russian Federation has a document for the right of permanent residence in a foreign state (if any); k) information on the appeal of a citizen of the Russian Federation to the competent authority of a foreign state on the withdrawal of the said citizen from the citizenship of this state or on the refusal of the document he has for the right of permanent residence in a foreign state (if 2) identifiers: a) birth certificate records; b) death certificate records; c) a document certifying the identity of an individual, including the type, number and other information about such a document; d) documents or marks in identity documents confirming the right of a foreign citizen and a stateless person to stay (reside) in the Russian Federation; e) information about the registration of a citizen of the Russian Federation and migration registration a foreign citizen and a stateless person in the Russian Federation; f) information about the decision taken on issues of citizenship of the Russian Federation; g) information on registration with the tax authority, including as a taxpayer of the professional income tax; h) information on registration of an individual as an individual entrepreneur; i) information on military registration of citizens of the Russian Federation who are required to be on military registration; k) information on registration in the systems of compulsory pension, medical and social insurance; l) information about registration with the employment service bodies; m) a document on education and (or) qualifications, a document on training, including types, numbers and other information about such documents, information on the award, deprivation, restoration of an academic degree, assignment, deprivation, restoration of an academic title; h) an individual's account in the federal state information system "Unified Identification and Authentication System in the Infrastructure providing information and technological interaction of information systems used to provide state and municipal services in electronic form" (hereinafter - the unified identification and authentication system); o) records of the federal register of population information about individuals who are the parents of an individual, the spouse of an individual, the child (children) of an individual.
So what happens? On the one hand, the law regulates the availability of voluntary consent for the processing of personal data, and on the other hand, it allows you to use your personal data without asking for your consent? How to completely prohibit the processing of personal data, how to understand if your rights and the law are violated, and what to do if they are violated? About this in the second part of the publication…"
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How do new ideas in urban studies help a person to rediscover himself, and what does a quarter of an hour have to do with it?

Why do we need new concepts for the construction of cities?

From settlements for several families to agglomerations for tens of millions of inhabitants — with the growth of the Earth's population, the systems of building cities have undergone noticeable changes over the past centuries. Humanity as a species at the same time, even just from the point of view of biology, continues to experience the same needs as thousands of years ago: intelligent people need to breathe, eat, sleep, be able to be safe.

At the same time, a modern city significantly distorts the sense of time, requires a person to adapt to the not always logical organization of space and large distances and translates a feeling of "inhuman magnitude".

So it turns out that with the development of megacities, many people no longer have to sleep in their own bed, but, for example, in trains, subways and buses, getting from sleeping areas on the outskirts to the city center — to work or to meet friends at the cinema. It is the attempts to shorten the road to the right point, first of all, that contribute to the emergence of new concepts in urbanism.

Among other reasons — the desire to improve the relationship in the urban community, to increase the availability of significant institutions.

"All the "fashionable" concepts now revolve around saving citizens' time, improving their user experience, improving the security and efficiency of communications," explains Gleb Nikitin, Deputy director of the Center for Urbanism and Environmental Design at Sirius University of Science and Technology.

The concept of a 15-minute city deatomizes a locality into equivalent self-sufficient areas. According to this system, the general plans of old megacities are adapted and new cities are being built.

How can I describe the concept of a 15-minute city?
Let's look at it with an example from life. Think about the city or village in which you live and answer yourself a few questions.

How long does it take you to walk to the nearest grocery store?

Where is the office or school, where do you or your family members go? Are they close enough to get there without a car?

What about a park or playground? A dentist? A hairdresser? Kindergarten? In general, any places that you visit regularly?

The "15-minute city" assumes that all key amenities (workplace, public services, shops, places for recreation and entertainment) can be reached in 15 minutes on foot or by bike, without the need to involve vehicles.

This concept was developed to improve the quality of everyday life. At the same time, it cannot be said that the goal of the idea is to turn megacities into small closed villages. Urban life is bright and dynamic, it is the cities that set the dynamics of the economy and innovative changes. It would be more correct to formulate that the "15-minute city" focuses on decentralization.

Who is the author of this theory?
The concept of the "15-minute city" was developed by Professor of the Sorbonne Carlos Moreno. He was born in 1959 in Colombia, but has been living in Paris since he was 20. In 2010, he became a knight of the Legion of Honor, the highest state award in France.

Moreno's idea was formulated in 2016.
But she became widely known thanks to the support of the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, four years later.

Carlos Moreno noted that he was inspired by the ideas of the American-Canadian activist Jane Jacobs, author of the book "Death and Life of Big American Cities".
For his concept, Moreno received the international architectural award Obel Award at the end of 2021.

What principles underlie the concept?
The theoretical approach and practical ideas of the concept can be distinguished.

From the point of view of theory, the "15-minute city" is based on four concepts. This is how the author himself formulates them in a TED lecture.
Ecology (Ecology). Streets with landscaping, accessibility to parks, rational use of resources are contrasted with noisy, dirty, non-ecological avenues so common in cities.
Proximity (Proximity). The desire to reduce the distance between the house and other points of attraction for residents.
Solidarity (Community). Reducing distances and saving time helps to establish connections between people living nearby, form a full-fledged community from just neighbors.
Participation. With the active involvement of citizens, the area is transformed faster and better into a place for a comfortable life.
The three main ideas of the concept can be formulated as follows.

The rhythm and development plan of the city should follow the needs of people, not cars.
Every square meter of real estate should be used for more than one purpose. For example, in the evenings, adult interest centers can be organized in the school building.
City districts should provide an opportunity to live and work without the need for long-distance travel.

Where is the concept applied in practice?
As we have already mentioned, Paris has adopted the idea of a "15-minute city" as a direction for strategic development. It was Moreno's concept that became Hidalgo's main campaign for re-election to a second term.

Similar initiatives are being implemented in Melbourne.
There, the experiment is conducted in the format of a "20-minute city". Copenhagen also promotes the idea of accessibility of all significant places with an emphasis on cycling.

Interest in the idea was fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic. The need to be at home and in the vicinity of your neighborhood instead of a daily commute for many hours (English commute — commute to work and back) "requires" returning the streets to residents, and not continuing to support the primacy of cars.

In the report of the world's largest conference on urban issues, Word Urban Forum (World Cities Report 2022: Envisaging the Future of Cities), the concept of a "15-minute city" is named among the key development directions and fundamental conclusions.
Can the "15-minute city" be suitable for Russia? Gleb Nikitin thinks so. Of course, there are features of natural areas: for example, in Yakutsk or Naryan-Mare, the weather is not very conducive to cycling. But for many other regions of the country, the idea is quite feasible.

What to read on the topic?
Jane Jacobs "The Death and Life of Big American Cities"
Ian Gale "Cities for People"

Charles Montgomery "Happy City. How urban planning is changing our lives"

Christopher Alexander "Template Language. Cities. Building. Construction"


Nov 8, 2022
Human rights activist: WHO is preparing an agreement that will deprive Russia of sovereignty

February 16, 2023
With the adoption of the pandemic agreement, there will not be WHO recommendations, but strict regulations, Elina Zhgutova noted on the air of the NSN.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is preparing an agreement, the adoption of which will mean the complete loss of Russia's sovereignty, human rights activist, member of the expert council of the State Duma Committee on Family, Motherhood and Childhood Elina Zhgutova said in the NSN press center.

"There will be a WHO session in May at which a pandemic agreement will be adopted. This will mean a complete loss of the sovereignty of our not only medical independence, but also national. It provides that sanitary committees will be organized directly on the ground. There will no longer be recommendations, as WHO says, but strict regulations, orders. We have already seen something similar during the time of the coronavirus. Now we are on the verge of losing the sovereignty of the country," Zhgutova said.

Earlier on February 16, TASS reported that the head of the Fair Russia - For Truth faction, Sergei Mironov, appealed to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin with a proposal to suspend the cooperation agreement between the Russian government and WHO.
ROCK FM: Neural network is able to leave radio hosts out of work
March 6, 2023
The neural network is able to replace radio hosts, but it's not a fact that it will be interesting to listen to such a broadcast, Alexander Fukovsky, program director of ROCK FM radio station, told NSN.

The robot can replace a person in the radio host's chair, but there is no certainty that the final result will be interesting to the listener, Alexander Fukovsky, program director of the ROCK FM radio station, said in a conversation with NSN.

Earlier, a news radio program controlled by artificial intelligence was launched in the United States. It works around the clock without human intervention. During the day, RadioGPT "surfs" the Internet, finds the most interesting, within a few seconds comes up with an original way of presenting the most interesting news and voices them.

"Of course, a robot can replace a living person. The question is how interesting it is for a living person to listen. Science does not stand still, and neither does technology. This needs to be developed, but some kind of legislative framework is needed, otherwise robots will displace people from the labor spheres. Soon there will be all cars on autopilots, for example. Drivers will be out of work, there may be some kind of hotbed of tension, unemployment. It's all great, but we need some regulation," said Fukovsky.
The ROCK FM radio station is ready to experiment with robots, but first it is necessary to understand how artificial intelligence can be configured for a certain format, he added.

"Why not – you can try. We need to understand how this is controlled and whether it is controlled at all. We have ROCK FM radio, so we have to give the listener some interesting information about rock, besides music. Anyway, the neural network must somehow adapt to the format, someone must manage it anyway," concluded Fukovsky.

Earlier, the STS TV channel announced the start of filming of the series "Sidorovs" according to the neural network scenario."


Nov 8, 2022
The concept of a 15-minute city as the basis of a sustainable model of megalopolis development in the conditions of modern risks

Olga V. Notman, Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Sociology, Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin

The article was prepared with the support of the Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of leading scientific schools of the Russian Federation (NSH-2722.2020.6).

Publication Date: 01-11-2021

Abstract: The goal of this research lies in discussing the key provisions of Carlos Moreno’s concept of 15-minute city in the context of issues caused COVID-19 pandemic. Besides the original texts by C. Moreno, the article employs the following data: 1) publications in the international scientometric databases (Scopus, WoS2) dedicated to positive effects of implementation of the concept of 15-minute city and its analogues; 2) documents of international organizations (C40 Cities, OECD, UN-Habitat3 that recommend the key vectors of sustainable urban development policy to the national governments; 3) strategies of global megacities that embarked upon practical implementation of the concept of 15-minute city. The concept at hand is based on the idea of spatial-temporal hyper-proximity of all essential functions and services of the city. The concentrated infrastructure (place of residence, work, retail, education, health, and leisure) within micro-scale spatial structures contributes to the formation of more environmentally, economically and socially sustainable cities. The global COVID-19 pandemic, which demonstrated the urgent need for “upgrading” the local living conditions, stimulated the adoption of this concept on the level of international organizations and progressive foreign megacities, as well as interest of the Russian Federation in its implementation. The conducted analysis leads to the conclusion that the model of 15-minute city, which allows effectively counteracting the new risks (including the unexpected circumstances), can be adapted to spatial peculiarities of the particular cities and needs of the residents. This article is an invitation to a scientific discussion on the prospects of transformation of the Russian megacities into a network of 15-minute cities, as well as the search for methodological solutions in the research dedicated to differentiation of the quality of urban environment in the micro-spatial dimension.

Keywords: urban development models, sustainable urban development, 15-minute city concept, Carlos Moreno, urban environment, accessibility of urban functions, quality of life, COVID-19 pandemic, Russian metropolis, spatial inequalities

Modern models of urban development are the result of a long evolution of the views of theoretical scientists and practitioners, formed as a response to emerging environmental, technological, economic, social challenges of a particular historical stage of society development. World experience demonstrates a wide range of possible models for the development of super–large urban systems - megacities. A number of these models are embodied not only in theoretical conceptualizations, but also in real implementation practice. The diversity of existing models of urban development in theory and implemented in practice does not mean their fundamental antagonism – the impossibility of coexistence with each other. In the current urban discourse, the trend of transition from an alternative opposition of urban development options to an integrated synthesis of strategic guidelines (priorities), simultaneously emphasized in several models, is becoming clearer. Such integrated models are formed within the framework of the global paradigm of urban sustainability, which in the last decade has been supplemented by a new understanding – resilience (literally meaning "resilience", "resilience" – the ability of cities to withstand crises of any kind, mitigate their consequences and adapt to changing conditions). In the context of understanding the issues of conservation/rational use of resources, reducing the negative impact of urban activities on the environment, improving the quality of life of the population, a high degree of influence among scientists is being formed and acquired, as well as the relevance/applicability in the practice of implementing programs for the development of progressive megacities of the "compact city", "eco-city", "carbon-neutral city", "city without cars", "transit-oriented development", "liveable city", "city for people", etc. These models are recognized at the level of international organizations that develop and recommend to national governments the main directions of state policy in the field of sustainable urban development. Updating the agenda of the global Strategy for Sustainable Development for the period up to 2030 (adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015) and the corresponding new 20-year urban development program (adopted by the HABITAT III Summit in 2016) testify to the continued relevance of the guidelines for sustainable urban development in the XXI century. At the same time, the new system of goals (SDGs), which replaced the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) adopted in 2000, while maintaining a time interval of 15 years, has more than doubled. The New Urban Agenda (HABITAT III), focused on "ensuring the openness, security, resilience and environmental sustainability of cities" (SDG 11) includes issues such as: curbing the process of urban sprawl and concentrating efforts on the renewal, rehabilitation and reconstruction of urban areas with the active participation of all stakeholders and residents; avoidance of peripheral and mass development detached from key urban infrastructure facilities; prevention of territorial and socio-economic segregation; ensuring compactness and polycentrism due to proper density of urban land use, interconnectedness and multi-purpose (mixed) use of urban space for social and economic purposes]. A certain quintessence of the above-mentioned guidelines for sustainable urban development in the microspace context is the concept of a 15-minute city by Carlos Moreno, which adds a time indicator of the quality of life/urban environment. This article is devoted to the consideration of the main provisions of this concept in the context of the latest challenges of our time, as well as the possibilities of its implementation in Russian megacities.
Prospects for the implementation of the 15-minute city model in Russian megacities
If many European cities (for the most part initially compact, designed by classic blocks with a fine grid of streets before the era of the automobile boom) quite quickly and naturally for their morphology perceived the "pedestrian" model and began to implement it in practice, then the prospects for the implementation of the 15-minute model for the vast majority of Russian megacities, they are not so obvious. The problems of transformation of Russian megacities into a mosaic of 15-minute cities (more precisely, an interconnected network of 15–minute cities) are associated with a high level of unevenness in the distribution of infrastructure and services between central (and close to the center areas) and residential residential neighborhoods, which are significantly poorer in terms of functional saturation than the first. As Vendina I. O., Panin A. N., Tikunov V. aptly note. The showcase image of the city "for business" with its hotels, representative offices of global companies sharply contrasts with the monotonous sleeping areas in which the Soviet arrangement is "living out" its century and some of which find themselves in the status of depressed, "weaned" from the "sparkling" facades of the new urban space [25, p. 3-4]. Although the Soviet building regulations, according to which residential neighborhoods were designed (most Russian cities are built up with them), included the regulation of the maximum distance (from 300 to 1000 meters) from residential buildings to the nearest kindergarten, school, polyclinic, pharmacy, grocery store, yet these standards do not fully meet the modern understanding of the quality of the urban environment in the microspace dimension. The main difference between modern ideas about the quality of the urban environment is the increase in the variety of urban functions available within walking distance, including leisure and work (places of leisure and employment). The second important difference is that the service infrastructure in the microdistricts of Soviet development was created directive. It was tied to normative ideological ideas about what a person needs for a "full-fledged" life, but not to the real needs of the inhabitants, which were simply not studied. With the dominant role of a large city as a concentration of industrial production, the need for service functions was determined by the tasks of labor reproduction in accordance with the very meager standards of the primary service infrastructure, which was often created "asynchronously" – with a significant delay regarding the commissioning of residential multi-storey buildings. In a market economy, the emergence of services is regulated not by the state, but by demand, which is formed due to the density of pedestrian flows, which, in turn, is the main prerequisite for the "consolidation" of service facilities in residential areas and their subsequent economic payback. The actualization of the strategic plans of many Russian megacities, which has been taking place in recent years, indicates that the target priorities in the field of their integrated development are formulated in accordance with the principles of progressive urbanism. However, these principles are often declarative in nature. Individual projects of advanced redevelopment of areas within megacities (with different types of buildings and housing formats, the creation of a flexible multifunctional space that attracts a variety of socio-demographic and professional groups) are rather striking exceptions (especially visible against the contrasting background of other areas) than widespread practice. Whereas the ongoing processes of urban sprawl (in the form of faceless multi-storey neighborhoods), combined with unresolved transport problems, lead to isolation of peripheral areas, whose residents are "disconnected" from the social infrastructure and the benefits of urban life. The formation of new spatial inequalities associated with restrictions in access to urban goods and infrastructure, increasing differentiation of the quality and saturation of the urban environment, transport deprivation of a number of areas, is today one of the significant problems, the solution of which requires the development of comprehensive programs for the reorganization of urban space and the formation of a saturated, well-maintained environment at the level of microlocal territories. A reflection of the urgent need to approve long–term strategic perspective approaches to the development of Russian cities (as opposed to the purely utilitarian approach of the short-term perspective - the commissioning of square meters of housing, rather than the formation of a quality environment), is developed by the Ministry of Construction of Russia together with DOM.The Russian Federation and Strelka Design Bureau "Standard for integrated development of Territories", which is a methodological guide for the development of built-up territories and the development of new ones (2019). This standard is based on target criteria for the quality of the urban environment consistent with the basic principles of a 15-minute city: compact and dense buildings that take into account the human scale; functional diversity in areas combining residential, office and service functions, developed street retail; accessible public spaces and pedestrian zones; a variety of routes and a balance of types of movement and others . The ultimate goal of the New Standard is the introduction into practice of the transformation of Russian cities of integrated solutions aimed at improving the quality of the urban environment that meets modern social and economic conditions, the interests of residents, businesses and city authorities. The emerging trend of increasing interest in the 15-minute city model on the part of urban planners actualizes not only the issues of fundamental reconstruction of cities or new construction in them, but also, to no lesser extent, the issues of improving existing conditions and infrastructure in accordance with the current and future needs of residents.

The concept of a 15-minute city is an integrated synthesis of ideas of compact, polycentric, human-oriented, inclusive, environmentally, economically and socially sustainable urban development in a microspace perspective. The implementation of the hyperblizness model of all the necessary urban functions for life and the corresponding "soft" mobility hyperblizness accumulates a complex of positive effects – such as: reducing dependence on cars (conservation of environmental resources), saving time and financial costs for transit (redistribution of time and costs for other activities), growth of local businesses by increasing pedestrian spaces (economic effect), improving local quality of life (diversity in all its manifestations at the level of inner-city areas), the "reunification" of residents with their local areas and the formation of a local identity (strengthening the social "fabric" of urban life).

The model of a 15-minute city that best meets the latest risks of modernity (unexpected "shock" impacts) has high adaptability resources to the spatial characteristics of specific cities and the needs of their residents. The adoption of the 15-minute city model at the level of international organizations and global cities, actualized by the global COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences, stimulates interest in it in Russia as well.

The practical implementation of this model in Russian megacities highlights the need to develop a comprehensive methodology for studying the quality of the urban environment in a microspace context (using both traditional statistical and sociological methods and new information technologies for collecting, analyzing and presenting big data). This article is an invitation to a scientific discussion regarding the search for methodological solutions to study the differentiation of the quality of the urban environment and the possibilities of turning Russian megacities into a network of 15-minute cities. "


Nov 8, 2022
11 Nov 2021
The authorities announced an attack on "Public Services" after reports of an anti-vaxxer bot
The Ministry of Finance stated that for two days the portal was subjected to the most powerful attack in history. Tatarstan 24 previously reported that the chatbot Max answered users who tried to get QR codes that there was no coronavirus

For the second day in a row, the portal of public services was subjected to the most powerful cyberattack for the entire time of the site's operation. This was reported to RBC in the press service of the Ministry of Finance.

The ministry noted that the first attack with a capacity of over 680 GB per second was recorded the day before, on November 10. "On November 11, within 20 minutes, some users encountered difficulties logging into the portal," the message says.

The Ministry of Finance stressed that the robot Max became a separate object of attack. "The experimental chatbot robot Max does not have access to users' personal data and is designed exclusively for consultations," the department assured. How exactly the bot was attacked is not specified in the message of the Ministry of Finance.

As the Tatarstan 24 TV channel reported, the bot, answering users' questions about how to get a QR code for a sick person, stated that there is no coronavirus, and the fact of the disease has not been proven by anyone.
"As for QR codes, they are part of the world government's plans to segregate the population and strengthen total digital control, as a result of which it will be worse for you, too," read the message published by the hacked bot.

"You were divorced [tricked] and you were not ill with any "coronavirus". The fact of the existence of this "disease" has not been proven by anyone. THERE IS NO "coronavirus".

As for QR codes, they are part of the world government's plans to segregate the population and strengthen total digital control, as a result of which it will be worse for you as well. If you do not support these plans, do without a QR code


Nov 8, 2022
February 15, 2023

Last week, the President of Russia met with the mayor of Moscow to give a high assessment of Sobyanin's SS and Co. activities for the "active development of the city." Vladimir Putin hopes that "the mayor of the capital and his team will continue it." If we try to figure out what exactly the president praised so much, and what Sobyanin presented to him as unique breakthroughs, we will see that we are talking about the multidimensional transformation of the capital into a transhumanistic electronic concentration camp. Moreover, in such a concentration camp, where there is no place for anything national and sovereign, because it is built strictly according to global patterns and manuals. All this is set out in the roadmap of the Smart City 2030 project on the website of the Mayor of Moscow, which has been repeatedly analyzed by thinking people. It openly states what kind of future we are moving towards – and alas, for the ruling elite now, this path is considered a benchmark. We remind readers of the milestones of this concept, which the capital's technocrats have only seven years left to implement. This is very important, because the "innovations" of utopians are not limited to biometric control and machine control.

"Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a meeting with Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, expressed hope that the capital's mayor and his team will continue the active development of the city.

The president also noted the active development of healthcare systems, education and the urban environment in Moscow in general, for which he thanked Sobyanin and his team," the media reported.
"I hope that the work will continue at such a pace and with such quality in the near future," Putin said.

Sobyanin readily announced his intention to continue this work. He was especially active in praising the president of the biometric surveillance system, which is already working at full capacity in Moscow. According to him, "thanks to her, 7713 people who are on the federal wanted list were detained in the metro and in the city." We would add to this that the system is also used to catch debtors by bailiffs, as well as to catch those who are in no hurry to go to mobilization, according to the received summons. In the future, the cameras will also work to identify "undesirable" emotions and actions of absolutely all citizens – the AI will have the authority to prevent and stop potential offenses. That is, absolutely everyone will be under suspicion. There will also be penalties for disloyalty, as discussed below.

"... I must assure you, Vladimir Vladimirovich, that we will continue all these programs, this is only part of them. The city should develop comprehensively, qualitatively and dynamically," Sobyanin concluded.

Of course, biometric surveillance is only part of a large–scale social engineering project called "Smart City-2030". In fact, both the person himself and his behavior – everything should change according to the plans of the digitizers team. The regulatory framework for these cases began to be created back in 2011 – see Resolution of the Government of Moscow dated 09.08.2011 N 349 "On approval of the State Program of Moscow "Smart City", which has been repeatedly supplemented and expanded since that time.
In order to better understand where the Muscovites and the whole country are being led by Sobyanin, praised by the authorities, let's study in more detail the presentation of the UG-2030 project from the website .

So, Sobyanin and Co are building a city of the future according to the views of Ray Kurzweil and other Anglo-Saxon transhumanists. There are no domestic ideas and concepts here. And they are not needed, because all transformers are "citizens of the world", national cultures and sovereignties are their main obstacle today.

Here, a look at their ideal world immediately opens up – a "digital teacher" in the form of the same AI (live teachers are scrapped), "learning" in virtual reality, the widespread use of neural interfaces (that is, implanting chips and sensors into the brain and other parts of the body) and the convergence of the biological body and the machine – everything is strictly according to the famous Shvabovskaya agenda. The architects of "UG-2030" painted it completely uncompromisingly. Next, we present a series of screenshots of the project that do not need special comments. We just look and wonder. Who hasn't seen it yet, of course.

Let's just quote some points again, duplicate the text from the pictures in the article format so that everyone can read it again in black and white:

"...neurointerfaces (the exchange of information between the human brain and an electronic device) will be widely used in the field of healthcare, transport, and industry"

"the main task (of the Smart City-2030) is the development of human capital. A personal approach to providing medical care to citizens will be based on the analysis of data from patients' wearable devices... biometric and genetic parameters that will be processed using AI, ... the public educational environment will include distance learning programs and individual learning paths..."

"By 2030, Moscow should become a city where decision–making takes place on the basis of automatic processing and analysis of accumulated Big Data (data driven city – they can only translate from English - ed.)…

...all interaction of citizens, business and the city will be carried out in electronic form…

...the provision of public services for citizens and businesses will be carried out digitally on the basis of smart contract technology (have you not yet concluded a "smart contract" with the AI of the "state"? – ed.)..."

"Safe (!!!) unification of all (!!!) citizen's data on one platform... will allow automating and personalizing all services provided to a citizen"

"... gradual adaptation of the population to the new digital reality, ... formation of psycho-emotional perception of the new digital realities of life in the city"

"the formation of state programs will take place automatically..."

"electronic citizenship" includes the collection and storage of biometric data of residents/citizens..."

"... to monitor violations of the law in real time and write off a fine from the subject's account using data from sensors and photo and video recording systems ..., restrict a citizen in the use of urban goods and establish prohibitions, ... classify subjects and objects of control - the higher the danger of the subject, the higher the fine (and this is – hello, social rating – ed.)..."

"predicting both the behavior of individuals and the occurrence of specified events..."

"genetic passports of Muscovites ... with individual problematic defects that will serve as data sources for analysis (Gattaca is resting – ed.)..."

"round–the-clock monitoring of Muscovites' health through wearable wireless devices (and who will refuse - we will cut off oxygen? – ed.)..."

"...medical digital devices implanted in the body… Based on data on the lifestyle and health of Muscovites received from sensors, insurance companies will calculate the amount of insurance payments..."

"for the treatment of cognitive and other disorders, nanorobots will be used – devices the size of a blood cell functioning inside a person (not loyal to the new normality? Kindly launch a nanorobot into your body so that it cures your "disorder" – ed.)..."

"gene therapy and genome editing will become an integral part of the medicine of the future..."

"biometric technologies... will become a common alternative to traditional payment tools..."

"In 2030, 100% of Moscow's territory will be covered by 5G wireless networks..."

Let's stop here, perhaps. If someone has not yet read the story of the Soviet science fiction writer Semyon Slepynin "Star Shores" - we highly recommend it. There is a chapter called "The City of the Electronic Devil". The main character, having traveled through time, found himself in a city controlled by software algorithms. Everything is automated there, there is no creativity and freedom of thought (people no longer need to think at all – they have forgotten how!), society is divided into castes, the world is ruled by Great Technicians invisible to anyone (software engineers), although in fact they are not even... the Absolute has already secretly taken power from them - the same artificial machine the intelligence they created. This is in general terms exactly the story that Sobyanin and Co. drew for us. More precisely, they transferred their "respected partners" from the projects of the WEF, World Bank and smart cities concepts. By the way, the translators of this concept into Russian – Artem Ermolaev (ex-head of the Moscow DIT) and Andrey Belozerov founded ANO Smart Cities in 2019 in order to scale and sell their project wider.

Now that the future is shown to the citizens of Russia by the face (those of them who want to really realize what is being done to us), everyone can answer the question for themselves: do we need it? "


Nov 8, 2022
Is artificial intelligence the new "megagastarbeiter" in the labor market?

There is a growing demand in Russia for neural network and artificial intelligence specialists who can create content, answer questions, write text, etc.

The number of vacancies with the mention of neural networks in the functionality increased from 312 in August 2022 to 506 in February 2023, a representative told Vedomosti .
Among the neural network-based services that applicants should be able to work with, Colorize, which turns black-and-white photos into color, DALL-E 2, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion, which create images based on text descriptions, as well as the popular chatbot with artificial intelligence ChatGPT, are most often indicated.

The number of vacancies where the skill of working with Colorize and ChatGPT platforms is needed has grown most noticeably. In the case of Colorize, the number of offers increased almost 1.5 times in six months, in the case of ChatGPT — 13 times in February (from 3 to 38 vacancies). Colorize is most often indicated by online retailers in the list of requirements for candidates, the representative explained : "Apparently, they need to somehow transform the images of goods."

According to ChatGPT, the main hiring goes to IT companies and companies from the financial sector, and programmers, PR specialists, Internet marketers and analysts are indicated as specialties.

And while in Russia this does not seem to be a comprehensive trend that will displace people from the labor market, however, businesses in the United States have already begun to lay off employees, replacing them with the chat bot ChatGPT. Writes about this .

In February, the publication surveyed 1,000 business leaders in the United States to find out how many of them are already using or planning to use ChatGPT. It turned out that 49% are already using, another 30% are planning, almost all of them — in the near future. Half of the companies using ChatGPT say that it has replaced workers, many intend to expand the use of AI.

And most business leaders are happy with the work of ChatGPT. 55% say that the quality of the work performed by ChatGPT is "excellent", 34% say that it is "very good". In their opinion, ChatGPT may lead to even more layoffs in the future. Two-thirds expect this in the coming years. Managers strive to simplify some job responsibilities with ChatGPT and save money. At the same time, 90% of business leaders consider it a plus for a candidate to have experience working with ChatGPT.

Thus, artificial intelligence becomes, as it were, a "global migrant worker" in the labor market, designed to replace the existing labor force and reduce the cost of product production.

Famous polymath, State Duma deputy Anatoly Wasserman in an interview with the Day before.RU notes that artificial intelligence will displace people mainly from non-creative activities, which will probably lead to a noticeable reduction in the so-called "office plankton". But the demand for real creativity is likely to even increase, since modern chatbot technologies rely on a quick search for what people have already accumulated - accordingly, the demand for such accumulations will increase.

But how not to be ousted by AI from the labor market? "Here it is necessary to rely on your own tastes and your own creative abilities. The ability not to act according to a ready-made instruction, not to repeat what others have composed, but to look for something of your own, your own. Artificial intelligence will also not be an analogue of migrant workers, since most migrants still have some independence, unlike AI," he says.

According to him, it is unlikely that the introduction of artificial intelligence will lead to a change in labor laws and freedoms.

But an AI specialist, a member of the Presidential Council for Human Rights Igor Ashmanov believes that AI reduces the quality of everything where it appears — that's why it is introduced to simplify the tasks. For example, a person calls a bank's call center and cannot get through to a live operator. The chatbot responds to him, but does not solve his problem at all, just contact with the service is now becoming of poor quality.

Polish science fiction writer Stanislav Lem said back in the early 1980s that "the long-term trend of displacing a person from his countless life niches has already begun and is progressing." He considered this trend extremely dangerous.


Nov 8, 2022
There is a common theme in the medical community: "if I knew that medicine would be reduced to EMIAS, I would never have become a doctor"

Unified medical information and analytical system — evil or good?

March 5, 2023
Working as a doctor and discussing with colleagues the electronic systems of management, accounting and medical documentation that are being intensively implemented in medicine, one comes to the disappointing conclusion that misunderstanding, irritation and antagonism towards these innovations are growing among practitioners of the public sector. So I want to figure out what kind of animal the Unified Medical Information and Analytical System (EMIAS) is and what it is eaten with.

Since for many years the titanic efforts of officials to modernize, optimize the medical industry in order to improve it, make it free, accessible to the population and improve the quality of treatment lead to the opposite result, then there is, at least, wariness about the electronic systems being implemented for the same purpose.

In this article we will try to understand in more detail what the EMIAS system is. Let's look at the data from open sources, including from the website

A little history
The EMIAS system was created in 2011 by the Department of Information Technology and the Department of Health of the City of Moscow during the implementation of the Information City program. Until 2014, the system was being debugged and in the same year it was introduced in Moscow. The implementation of EMIAS was actively promoted by funds with foreign financing and rating agencies.

All medical institutions in Moscow were connected to the testing of the system, and this process took less than three years. Foreign non-profit organizations (NPOs) and rating agencies directly contributed to the widespread implementation of EMIAS, which is confirmed by many relevant publications in the media.

Already at the testing stage, EMIAS managed to receive two prestigious domestic awards at once. At first, the system was recognized as the "Most ambitious project in healthcare" in the framework of the competition of the Ministry of Communications of Russia and ComNews "Top 10 IT projects for the public sector 2013". A little later, the creators of EMIAS won the Global CIO competition in the nomination "Best Industry Solution".

Not even a few years have passed since EMIAS received praise from international institutions. So, in 2016, the network of consulting companies PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) recognized Moscow as a leader in the field of digital healthcare. At that time, no other city in the world, except our capital, had a similar management system for polyclinics.

A year later, Moscow received the Global Mobile Gov Awards 2017 international award for the implementation of the same EMIAS. The award ceremony was held on May 9 in Brighton (UK). The system has entered the top three projects in the field of electronic mobile service. The Organizing Committee of the award certified the capital of Russia as the only metropolis where all polyclinics are managed on the basis of a single digital platform. It is very noteworthy that no Western capital was awarded this award, although such cities as London and Barcelona were among the contenders.

In 2021, EMIAS was awarded the next international eHealthcareLeadership Awards. This time, the honorary prize in the category "Best platform-oriented application" was awarded to the mobile application "EMIAS.INFO". The list of winners was announced on November 4 at the 25th Annual Healthcare Internet Conference in Las Vegas, USA.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, EMIAS electronic projects and services — an electronic medical card, a telemedicine center — received a silver medal at the international IT World Awards 2021 competition. The creators and coordinators of these projects were recognized as the "Team of the Year during COVID-19".

Let us explain for the reader the interests of which organizations are hidden behind the loud names of the above-mentioned awards.

The Global CIO company certifies itself as a "Professional Community of digital Transformation Leaders". It is assumed that the project should become a leading communication platform for the exchange of experience between digitizers in all spheres of the economy.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), an international network of companies headquartered in London, is engaged in consulting and auditing. This multinational corporation has repeatedly found itself in the center of high-profile scandals. So, in 2007-2008. PwC was suspected of fabricating audit reports on the accounts of the infamous YUKOS, which is why it had to urgently withdraw these conclusions. In April 2011, the company's management admitted that its auditors could not or did not want to expose a fraudulent scheme through which the head of the Indian IT firm Satyam Computer Services hid losses by falsifying his financial statements.

Global mobileGov Awards is an international competition of projects aimed at providing public services in a digital format.

The eHealthcareLeadership Awards were established by the American publishing company Plain-English Media LLC, or rather, its division Plain-English Health Care. The organizers of the award note the "most effective and advanced", in their opinion, "initiatives in healthcare organizations", giving preference to digital projects in the field of private medicine.

However, it is much more interesting to talk not about the awards themselves and not even about their direct organizers, but about sponsors and founders.

The World Bank is the largest international financial organization based in Washington. The institution provides preferential and interest-free loans to States. According to the official legend, the World Bank was created to help developing countries and does not seek to make a profit, but a long-term analysis of its activities has shown its inefficiency in the vast majority of cases. So, in 2001, a US Congressional Commission concluded that 60% of the World Bank's projects not only did not improve the economic situation in poor countries, but also worsened it.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest private foundation in the United States, established in 2000 by billionaire Bill Gates and his wife. Like the World Bank, the Foundation declares its main mission to fight poverty and illiteracy in third world countries. Independent experts have repeatedly noted that in those countries where the Gates invested their funds, the economic and social situation deteriorated sharply.

NTT docomo is the largest Japanese mobile operator. The company's services are used by more than 56 million subscribers.

BlackBerry is the modern name of the Canadian company Research In Motion and the brand of the first communicator (pocket computer) released by this company in 1997. BlackBerry periodically gets into scandals around encryption keys and their unauthorized transfer to third parties. In particular, high-ranking French officials tried to ban the use of BlackBerry products, because there was a fear that secret information sent through these devices could settle on the company's servers in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Hitachi is a Japanese financial and industrial group.

Now let's ask a few questions.

If EMIAS is a good miracle, then why didn't developed countries implement this system first of all at home?

Why does it turn out that these funds and financial groups are on the side of Satanism, our enemy — according to the expression of the first person of the state, and at the same time the trends set by them are being intensively promoted in Russia?

Why, in the absence of its own component base for computers and software, should all spheres of our country's life depend on foreign components and programs?

Why does a doctor become an appendage of an electronic system?

Now let's look more specifically at how EMIAS affected the doctor's work and the patient's health. The main requirement for the work of a doctor was filling out electronic forms with patient data, and not only medical data, but also often passport data, SNILS, policy, since the system does not allow you to sign a case if they are incomplete. In the polyclinic, EMIAS sets time limits for patient admission. In parallel, there are patients with acute pain, urgent certificates and others. There is a choice: either to treat patients, or to fill in the EMIAS.

At the same time, if the EMIAS is filled out incorrectly, then the payment for this case is not carried out by the insurance company. The same situation is in hospitals. In general, EMIAS is our everything. By and large, no one is interested in the patient. Consequently, the quality of the patient's treatment decreases. From our own observations, we can note that with the introduction of EMIAS, the number of complicated course of diseases has increased. Another reason for the decline in the quality of treatment is the electronic system of Continuing Medical education (CME). A separate study should be conducted on this topic. Let's say briefly that currently most medical professionals do not study, but buy points and certificates for them.

Currently, there is an active migration of medical workers to private structures. The reasons are low wages in the public sector and the bureaucratic workload of the EMIAS. There is a common theme in the medical community: "if I knew that medicine would be reduced to EMIAS, I would never have become a doctor."

However, it is worth noting that there are also positive aspects: quick access to statistics, patient data, template design, report generation. That's just it has nothing to do with health.

Of course, this does not mean that you need to take everything and stop. When implementing large-scale projects, it is necessary to have a broad public discussion with the participation of the medical community and representatives of civil society so that "good initiatives" do not lead to degradation of the industry, as happened with medicine. The principle of implementing such systems should be — a system for a person, and not vice versa."


Nov 8, 2022
March 7, 2023

Putin proposed to create a passport for the family of the mobilized. Why is this necessary?

On March 6, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed to create social passports for families of the mobilized in Russia.
It is assumed that the document will be issued to the families of military personnel performing their duty in the zone of a special military operation.

The passport will reflect information about the needs of the family, a list of support measures provided, a plan for targeted family support, the quality of assistance provided will also be monitored there, feedback from family members will be collected. The passport will allow you to receive up-to-date information about the social needs of the mobilized family and promptly make decisions on emerging problems.

Putin proposed to introduce social passports during a video call with the Governor of the Kurgan region Vadim Shumkov. The governor informed the head of state that such passports have already been created in the region. Shumakov noted that thanks to them, it is possible to solve many issues in a timely manner concerning the support of families of servicemen fighting in the SVO zone: to repair housing, carry out gasification of households, provide medical care, provide material support, etc.

"This idea of a passport for each mobilized family is very good, and I think it will need to be replicated throughout the country," Putin said.

As specified by the deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation from the Kurgan region Alexander Iltyakov, first the authorities of the district from which the person is called, find out the social situation and financial condition of the family. Next, a decision is made on the necessary support measures and a family passport is built.

"Everything is aimed at ensuring that a person does not remain outside of society," said Iltyakov.

Andrei Isaev, a member of the State Duma Committee on Labor, Social Policy and Veterans' Affairs, clarified that when distributing passports to the whole country, the document may include household issues, organization of training, provision of a social contract to open their own business, assistance in enrolling children mobilized in educational institutions, medical assistance.

Committee member Svetlana Bessarab stressed that a specific social worker can be assigned to each family. She noted that the passport will unite all the social support measures that the family relies on, both at the federal and regional levels.

The Kurgan region is not the only Russian region where the authorities have taken care of the development of such a document. Passports of military families have been valid in the Vologda Region since November 2022. They are compiled with the consent of the family.

The passports include a whole range of support measures. In particular, these are one-time and monthly payments to the mobilized, extraordinary provision of a number of social services to family members, targeted family support, provision of free attendance at cultural events, a number of benefits for children of military personnel, psychological and legal assistance, etc.

"The social passport allows you to determine the direction of interaction with various organizations, volunteer centers and build feedback to provide comprehensive assistance and support. Social workers are assigned to every family that needs it," explained Oleg Kuvshinnikov, Governor of the Vologda Region.

In the Lipetsk region, social curators are assigned to the families of fighters on the principle of "one window". The curator forms a social passport in the information system, which contains data about the family and its needs, as well as about the support measures received and necessary. For constant communication with the family, a chatbot "Patronage" has been created, which provides constant contact with the curator and control of the support provided.

In the Irkutsk region, social passports have also been created for the family of each mobilized person. Financial assistance, psychological support, medical support are provided to family members on the basis of this document. Including relatives of servicemen receive assistance in finding employment, solving household issues, guardianship of elderly family members.

In St. Petersburg, social passports of families of the mobilized appeared in the fall of last year. They are not immutable documents — depending on the situation, new mandatory data is added there. Thus, there is a possibility of timely resolution of emerging issues.

Approximately the same principle applies to social passports in North Ossetia. They include multifaceted assistance to parents, wives and children of fighters. All families of the mobilized are provided with these documents in the republic. Support is provided taking into account the situation in which the family members are.

In Dagestan, social passports of military families are valid in the Suleiman-Stalsky district. On their basis, individual work is carried out with each family, including on issues of employment, placement of children in kindergartens, housing and communal services problems, etc.

As you can see, the social passports of the families of the mobilized are already successfully operating in several regions of Russia. This experience will be useful for their creation at the federal level. It is assumed that collecting information about the needs of the family in one document, highlighting the plan and monitoring its support in it will help to better organize assistance to relatives of military personnel.

It should be noted that the issue of supporting families mobilized today is really very relevant. In some cases, the family in which the father went to the front, finds itself in a difficult situation. Existing support measures do not always take into account all the characteristics of each particular family, and assistance is not always provided in a timely manner.

Will the social passport help to improve the situation? A lot will depend on how much the authorities in the regions approach the matter informally. To implement a passport system and report on it does not mean to solve the problem. It is important to make sure that this system is working, so that family members of military personnel know that they will be supported in solving a variety of life issues, and can quickly receive this support. And the officials dealing with this issue, in turn, should be responsible for the fulfillment of their tasks."

Everything is very good - all the data about the needs of the families of the mobilized in one document. This, in the future, is intended to be a service for all families, not just those who are mobilized.

Power takes care of people.

It is the same power which, during the false pandemic,without any difference to its Anglo-Saxon enemies (now), exercised the whole (Anglo-Saxon?) a game plan on the Russian population that everyone around the world implemented. With mandatory vaccinations (recall that in the most active vaccination period there was a death rate of 1 million, which according to Rosstat is "the largest since the Great Patriotic War"), with a" push of digitalization " and digital identification, and everything else.

The same powers that is firmly in the "fight against climate change" and plans measures for this fight to "help the population" (personal carbon credits in a non-stop monitoring system for climate behavior, etc.).

The same powers, which, in order to improve the condition of the population, since the first of April introduced a digital ruble. The same powers one that established the single biometric system. And the same crazy transhumanists who have in mind the development of Russia, above all neurointerfacies and some amazing biomodations (quite detailed in my other topic).

(And the same one that, along with its "robust integration into the international community," is also firmly integrated into the WHO and supports, according to the documents, "mRNA vaccines, genomic surveillance," the pandemic fund, whose main sponsors are Bill and Melinda Gates and Rockefeller foundations, etc., and looks forward with trepidation to signing the pandemic agreement.)

And the same ones who plan to line up a 5G telecom network across the country, which they plan to convert into smart 15-minute cities full of people on universal basic income.

Well, against this backdrop, we can't help but be hopeful about the future of the Russians and secretly envious of them. (But in fact, they do and plan everything that the authorities do in all other places. So, there is no reason for envy. :) )