Chinese anti-graft AI / Malaysia citizen survey / Mongolia house speaker

Is China’s corruption-busting AI system ‘Zero Trust’ being turned off for being too efficient? (Analysis).  “Some officials have questioned the machine’s right to access a sensitive database because there is neither a law nor regulation authorising a computer or robot to do so.”

Stephen Chen/South China Morning Post:


MACC: Eight in 10 M’sians think corruption is a serious problem.  Based on a nationwide survey conducted by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission on International Anti-Corruption Day, 82% felt the level of corruption was serious.

The Star:


Mongolia speaker expelled amid ongoing battle against corruption.  The Mongolian parliament voted to expel House Speaker Miyegombyn Enkhbold in an unprecedented move capping a tumultuous two months in the country's politics involving multiple corruption scandals, protests and party infighting.

Aubrey Menarndt and Boldsaikhan Sambuu/Aljazeera:

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