Phone jammers will prevent your phone from working. They are used in cars, public places and inspection rooms. Jammers are not new-they have been around for many years-and are illegal in many countries, including the United States, but the use of jammers is growing rapidly. But is the phone really a problem? Is a jammer really the solution? I think cell phone jammers are used as plasters, which is the wrong way to solve the three social problems that better technology should solve. These are the three biggest problems that cell phone jammers try to solve, and I think they are better solutions.
A man in Florida named Jason R. Humphreys hopes to save lives by preventing people from using cell phones while traveling. Therefore, Humphreys installed a mobile phone jammer in the rear of the SUV passenger seat. As far as Humphreys knows, the program has been running for two years. But the police’s own communications were occasionally interrupted by jammers, and his enthusiasm was not high. So they found him and captured him two years ago. Last week, he was fined $48,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for violating U.S. law prohibiting interference.
As I said at this point, I think drivers who are distracted by smartphones will be distracted by not having a smartphone. In other words, smartphones don’t cause accidents, people don’t. The terrible reality is that human drivers kill approximately 1.24 million people every year worldwide. This is much higher than the number of people who died in the war. Humphries’ misleading actions are the wrong solution to the problem. What we really need is to convert to a self-driving car as soon as possible. The sooner we do this, the more lives will be spared.
Fraud is a big global problem, especially in university, university, vocational training, and military entrance exams. India’s northernmost Cha Jam and Kashmir states are installing 800 cell phone portable jammer at test centers nationwide to address fraud. A recent case with high visibility clarified the problem: Wasim Ahmed, an Indian student from Navab Shah Institute of Engineering, was cheated. His underwear has a smartphone, his shirt has a microphone, and his ear has a Bluetooth receiver. He whispered an ally on the phone, and the ally gave him the answer. Although the specific circumstances may be different, behaviors like Ahmed are still being repeated around the world.
Earlier this month, there was a scandal at the School of Medicine, Rangit University, Thailand, when four students cheated in the entrance exam. Two of them wear glasses with built-in cameras and three smart watches. The glasses took pictures of the exam questions. During the suspension, the test participants handed over the glasses to a person who wore them and sent them to another ally in the temporary command center. The accomplice researched the question and sent the answer to the test participants, who could see the SMS message on their smart watch. The good news is that they were caught. (These are not people who want to control general anesthesia during surgery.)
The problem of using Internet-connected cheating devices is very serious. Iraq actually shut down most of the country’s Internet to prevent sixth-grade students from cheating. Internet fraud seems to be a big problem. However, the real problem is that most exams are based on outdated learning concepts. If a fraudster can cheat by retrieving data from the Internet, there is no reason to remember this information.
We have all become information people, with instant real-time information and communication, artificial intelligence robots, and knowledge that can be obtained at all times in the world. At the same time, although futurists always tell us, our most advanced computers do not, and may never reach the human brain. If we teach and test human creativity instead of recitation, then everyone’s situation will be much better and cheating will become outdated.
Or even better, all exams should be “open smartphone” exams, where the ability to use a smartphone to search for facts, detailed information, and answers is part of the test. Because this is how the world works today. Without the mobile Internet, students taking the test today will never live in this world. When people use cell phone jammers, they almost always try to solve a problem that is different from what they think they will solve. The reality is that smartphones exist. There is wireless communication. You can access the Internet from anywhere. Smartphones and wireless devices are rapidly gaining popularity and popularity. The best solution to all social problems that these realities seem to cause is to simply block the phone. The best way to solve problems caused by technology is always better technology.