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China's Thief Steals Some Cash

2020-01-06T03:10:26.723Z

[Go Hyunjun's News] Let's start with the news of Go Hyunjun to pick out the hottest news. What's your first news today? <Go Hyun Joon / Current Critic> Today's first story is about China, the story of a thief caught in China.



[Go Hyunjun's News]

<Anchor>

Let's start with the news of Go Hyun-jun, who will pick out the hottest news. What's your first news today?

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Today's first news is about China, a thief caught in China. We are gathering a topic by saying that we have stolen only a portion of our conscience.
Last month, a company in Haining, China, was robbed of some cash in a safe. In the safe, there were 1.2 million yuan in cash and 200 million won in cash.

The thief stole 270,000 yuan, about 45 million yuan, instead of taking 1.2 million yuan, leaving the remaining 930,000 yuan and 150 million yuan in the safe.

Public security confirmed that a suspicious man approached the company's vault on the day of the incident through CCTV. .
However, a man arrested on the 24th of the month made a rather absurd statement, saying, 'If you take away all the cash in the safe, you've stolen some of it because it's going to be difficult for you to manage.'

And this thief said, 'It was a common belief that even a thief who does bad things should not steal an extremely large amount of money at once.'

<Anchor>

I don't think it's completely punctured by conscience, but it seems to me that our proverb reminds us that the needle thief is a thief. Please tell me the next news.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Next post. You may be interested in the story of self-driving cars, but as early as July, self-driving cars will run on domestic roads without the driver holding a steering wheel.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism said yesterday that it introduced the world's first safety standard for partial autonomous vehicles to commercialize autonomous vehicles.
This will enable the launch and sale of Level 3 autonomous vehicles with auto-keeping in July.

The auto lane keeping function allows the autonomous driving system to drive while maintaining the lane and respond to emergency situations even when the driver is not driving.

In the existing level 2, the warning alarm sounds when the vehicle leaves the lane, which means that the driver had to drive the vehicle.However, when the level 3 safety standard is introduced, the driver can autonomously drive while leaving the steering wheel. .

According to the safety standards prepared by the Department of Homeland, a warning alarm should be sounded so that the driver can hold the steering wheel in an emergency situation such as encountering an unexpected road construction site even if autonomous driving mode is executed. We've made the system work only when it's available.

<Anchor>

I think we should do this verification in experts or the media to see how dense that standard is.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

That's right. You have to have insurance or disaster conditions.

<Anchor>

Yes. Do you want to move on to the next news?

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Yes. We will deliver the next news. It's a zoo story, and an animal-free zoo opened its doors in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do last weekend.

This is the story of AR Zoo, which was created at Chuncheon Animation Museum, where you can meet various virtual animals in augmented reality through your smartphone.

In August last year, the show was held at the Seoul Olympic Park.

It is similar to the once popular 'Pokemon Go' game, when you run the relevant application on your smartphone and point it at the museum's outdoor garden, various virtual animals appear.
You can see huge cats in the ground, or you can meet cute Lesser Pandas and Alpacas. It's an imaginary animal. Drake appears.

In addition to taking photos and videos with the animals on the screen, you can also share the photos and videos you take via SNS.

In fact, there has been a voice of criticism that animal custody groups and other animals are trapped in artificial zoo facilities, and this augmented reality technology is emerging as a new alternative.

Source: sbskr

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