Digital face ‘mask of the future’ sends alerts when users ‘forget to put it on’
The powerful elites of the World Economic Forum (WEF) are promoting a new “smart mask” that connects to the user’s smartphone and sends “alerts” if they “forget to put it on.” WEF is hailing the invention as “the mask of the future.” It is pitching it as a
In a video posted to the WEF’s official Twitter account on Wednesday, the globalist group, whose chairman, Klaus Schwab, is the man behind “The Great Reset,” boasts that their new “smart face mask” can track every breath its wearer takes.
It hypes the smart face mask which was designed by the Chinese Communist Party-linked health data firm, CirQ Technologies.
The smart mask tells you whether you’re wearing it properly, when to wash it, and alerts you via a sensor linked to a cellphone app if you’ve left it at home.
The fact that the mask can keep track of whether or not you’re wearing it let some respondents to suggest it could eventually be tied into a Chinese Communist-style social credit score system.
In China, the state has already linked its coronavirus tracking system to its social credit score program, dishing out punishments for those who fail to mask up or violate social distancing rules.
He said that the fourth industrial revolution would “lead to a fusion of our physical, digital and biological identity.”