Eight Smart Strategies Identified During China Coronavirus Containment
A Shanghai-based “mover and shaker” claims China has utilised eight smart, hi-tech strategies during the strongly-regulated coronavirus containment period.
Fionn Wright (pictured), named by City Weekend Magazine as one of the “11 Most Influential Movers & Shakers in Shanghai.” claims there are at least eight hi-tech strategies that will make a country stronger post-coronavirus.
Wright agreed his LinkedIn post could be republished by RT Media in full. The strategies, he claims, will help China will emerge from the crisis stronger than before. “What doesn’t break you only makes you stronger, and the Chinese people are resilient and will find ways to rise out of this crisis, likely coming back even stronger than before.”
He says, “Unfortunately, there has been a lot of pressure on the WHO not to praise China for its efforts, but the WHO remains firm, responding, ‘I know there is a lot of pressure on WHO when we appreciate what China is doing but because of pressure we should not fail to tell the truth. We should tell the truth and that’s the truth.’ ”
The strategies include the use of drones and robots, bio-technologies, studying and working from home technologies, unmanned supermarkets and building smart cities that are resilient to viruses.
Some Chinese-based imaging supplies manufacturers are already using AI and automated technologies to build better quality cartridges more efficiently and quickly relying less on humans in factories. Such factories, in the future, can continue working despite any crises.
The Chinese people are resilient and will find ways to rise out of this crisis, likely coming back even stronger than before. How long that will take no-one yet knows, but the Chinese spirit is not even close to being broken, and we’ve seen how Chinese ingenuity in a time of crisis has led to entirely new operating models.