澳大利亞擬全球首推"雲護照"

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  11月2日口譯文章:澳大利亞擬環球首推"雲護照"

  澳大利亞交際部部長朱莉·畢曉普(Julie Bishop)表現,假如一個環球領先的項目勝利實施,大概很快澳洲國民旅遊時就無需攜帶護照了。

  據《堪培拉時報》報導,該項目在堪培拉舉辦的一場黑客馬拉松大會上頒布。作為這個項目標部門內容,“雲護照”將代替各類傳統的旅行證件。

  談及“無護照旅遊”的理念時,畢曉普說道:“咱們以為這一理念將囊括全球”。“無護照旅遊”的理念已在會上向多位高層引導作了先容,這是澳大利亞交際部立異交換籌劃(InnovationXchange project)的一部門。

  畢曉普認可,在雲端存儲小我信息必需要知足各項平安尺度。

  出席28日的黑客馬拉松大會的另有:天下銀行(World Bank)環球信息和通訊技巧局首席立異官克裏斯·維因(Chris Vein)、澳大利亞國際成長部部長史蒂夫·西奧博(Steve Ciobo)和澳大利亞交際商業部(DFAT)秘書長彼得•瓦吉斯(Peter Varghese)。

  “雲護照”的事情道理是將護照持有者的身份和生物計量數據存儲在網上,是以可以舉行數字化檢討,也就無需攜帶紙質護照了。

  《堪培拉時報》報導稱,應用“雲護照”還將極大地下降澳大利亞人護照遺失或失賊的危害。

  澳大利亞交際商業部的數據表現,2014-2015年度,掛號遺失或失賊的護照數目就到達38718本。

  今朝,澳大利亞和新西蘭正在商議試行環球開創的“雲護照”。

  澳大利亞交際部稱,立異交換籌劃是畢曉普計劃提出的,目標是“經由過程澳大利亞支援籌劃支撐立異”。

  這項投資額為1.4億美元的項目於蒲月份啟動,互助方為美國出書商、前紐約市市長邁克爾·布隆伯格(Michael Bloomberg)。他在宣告這一項目時表現,該項目將“挑釁近況,用立異辦理困難”。

  2005年,澳大利亞開端履行“電子護照”。電子護照內置芯片,芯片貯存有旅遊者的數碼照片、姓名、性別、出誕辰期、國籍、護照號和護照有用期等信息。

  【參考譯文】

  Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Australians may soon be able to travel without their passports in a world-leading initiative.

  The traditional travel documents would be ditched for 'cloud passports' as part of the initiative, which was presented during a 'hackathon' in Canberra, according to the Canberra Times.

  'We think it will go global,' Ms Bishop said of the idea of passport-less travel, which was presented to a number of leaders as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs' InnovationXchange project.

  Ms Bishop acknowledged security standards would have to be met to store personal information in the cloud.

  The meeting on Wednesday was also attended by Chris Vein, chief innovation officer for Global Information and Communications Technology Development with the World Bank, Australian Minister for International Development Steve Ciobo, and DFAT Secretary Peter Varghese.

  A 'cloud passport' would work by storing the identity and biometric data of holders online so it could be checked digitally, which would eliminate the need to carry a physical copy.

  It would also mean the risk of Australians losing or having their passports stolen would be significantly reduced, according to the newspaper.

  DFAT statistics show 38,718 passports were reported lost or stolen in 2014-15.

  Australiaand New Zealand are currently in discussions about trialing the world-first method.

  The InnovationXchange project was designed by Ms Bishop as a way to 'support innovation across the Australian aid program', according to the department.

  The $140 million project was launched in May in collaboration with American publisher and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who heralded the initiative by saying it will 'challenge the status quo and use innovation to solve tough problems'.

  Australiaimplemented 'e-passports' in 2005, which feature an embedded chip storing travellers digitised photograph, name, gender, date of birth, nationality, passport number, and the passport expiry date.