RGSU is developing a social rating system for Russians based on the Chinese model.
University students are forced to take part in testing the “We” platform, which generates a social rating. The authors of the project propose to link the scoring code (social rating) with SNILS, INN, passport and telephone number. A year ago, the report openly stated that the university intended to offer a system not only to banks, but also to governors to divide citizens into classes according to their usefulness to the state: “If there are few resources, we need clear criteria for their distribution.”
Comment from University Vice-rector:
Vice-Rector for Scientific Activities Vasily Viktorovich Urozhenko commented on the “We” project of the Russian State Social University
“We are extremely grateful to the respected BRIEF portal for its attention to our project “We”. The Russian State Social University conducts many scientific projects, exploring such important problems of Russian society as demography, the institution of family, and the effectiveness of various forms of social support.
The “We” project is one of them. Within its framework, our scientists set the task of developing a modern social scoring system on a specially created qualimetric platform using probabilistic and statistical assessment models. One of the results of the study will be the creation of a system that can be used by authorities at all levels and public organizations to provide prompt and objective social support to the population. Work in this direction started more than a year ago and involves collecting certain social information from respondents who take part in the study on a voluntary basis. We are glad that both students and faculty took part in this work. The research part of the project will be completed in 2023.
For RGSU, the largest social, scientific and educational center in the country, it is extremely important to prepare innovative practical tools to improve the social landscape and social engineering. It is especially gratifying that our students express a desire to take part in current scientific developments.
Upon completion of this research, we will present its results at a scientific conference and reflect it in a release. We will be glad to see representatives of the media at this conference and will be grateful to them for their interest in social science in general and the Russian State Social University in particular.”