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THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY STOPS AND RISES TO PAY RESPECTS to H.E. President Joe Biden, a distinguished leader of the free world, and of this great nation of America.

SOMEDAY - the world will discover, - or the world might just figure how America goes from strength to strength. For now, just allow me to tell you the secret beforehand.

The American system knows and does that very wisely, by spotting early talent and then goes looking for the genius that sets the launch. Values and laws flow to create wealth and services to enhance the quality of Living and Life.

AROUND THE GLOBE, in any case, nation-states do not readily relinquish their territory of influence. That is why governments are devising new mechanisms and frameworks to tame the evolving digital world, which is on its way to eroding government control over many of its areas.

For that reason - take the case of Proud Pakistan - the parliament approved a controversial amendment to its already existing Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act [Peca], 2016 - though annulled recently by the Islamabad High Court.

In the same vein, China has already introduced new rules for Ant Group and Alibaba, and the EU has put forward a legal regime for its digital sentries. India has passed official digital currency and data protection bills, while the US House of Representatives has given a nod to various Big Tech antitrust bills.

All this is to rein in the expanding influence of technology companies. As algorithms created for digital space reside in cloud centres located in the physical territory controlled by governments., digital enterprises are at a loss to avoid these curbs. In violation, they come under sanctions in the form of huge fines, blockage of websites, or the arrest of their executives.

NOTWITHSTANDING THIS, the digital space is growing very swiftly. Global digital estimates show that over 80 billion terabytes of data were created and stored in data centres in 2021 alone; for instance everyday, the end-users consume over one billion hours of YouTube videos around the continents.

Considering this trend, one may sense that the time is not far when the expansion of digital space will be wiring all transportation, industries, and whole cities into automated internet systems.

As the algorithm realm expands, the government, which cannot provide the goods and services provided by the technology firms, would be able to stop the latter's service operations.

Government strategies for creating great firewalls and echelon vigilance systems to monitor the flow of information and services would ultimately backfire as digital surveillance might impair its liberal legitimacy in the comity of civilized nations.

Hence, the governments, at a loss to sense the change or mend their ways to speed up the digitalization process, will be unqualified to seize the opportunities of the next phase of the revolution.

ALTERNATELY, fearing the forfeiture of their sovereignty under the Big Tech model, many developed states call for technology-oriented engineering policies to advance the scheme of novel approaches to clouding data and computing resources. The objective is to set up unique national data centres and cloud computing architecture grounded in their values.

But developing and maintaining digital space on a large scale by a government is not an easy task, and that is too with limited funding resources.

In 2021 alone, Microsoft, Alphabet, Apple, Amazon, IBM, and Facebook invested cumulatively more than 150 billion dollars into research and development. That is not equal to even joint public and private investment in R&D by any financially powerful state.

BUT EVEN if governments are ready to finance these digital ventures at the expense of social sector spending, money is only part of the game. Bringing and blending the engineering mind to design, maintain and expand the splendid cloud infrastructure is not less than a Herculean task.

Acquiring global leadership in Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and Semiconductors requires an enormous and continued supply of financial and human capital.

Setting up one unit of a modern semiconductor facility costs over 15 billion dollars. Hence, it is utterly difficult for a state running its social welfare system to divert and funnel its resources to pursue such big schemes.

Conversely, other than spending billions of dollars per annum on R&D, Big Tech has developed a well - organised loop mechanism of continuously rejuvenating, redeveloping and fine-tuning its products and services in response to the consumers' requirements and then channelling the prime chunk of earned profits back into research.

So governments, instead of working separately, will have to work with tech giants to deliver tech generated services and products.

The Honour and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Needs, Tech Models, and Future, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Ejaz A Chaudhary.

With respectful dedication toTech Giants, Scientists, Leaders, and then Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society - for all subjects wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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