حقيقة الإقامة الإلكترونية بإستونيا - من أقوى الدول بالذكاء الاصطناعي في أوروبا 🇪🇪🤖

حقيقة الإقامة الإلكترونية بإستونيا - من أقوى الدول بالذكاء الاصطناعي في أوروبا 🇪🇪🤖

SUBTITLE'S INFO:

Language: English

Type: Human

Number of phrases: 206

Number of words: 1714

Number of symbols: 7802

DOWNLOAD SUBTITLES:

DOWNLOAD AUDIO AND VIDEO:

SUBTITLES:

Subtitles prepared by human
00:02
There are small surface countries in this world. But the amount of innovations and inventions from them are endless. I adopted a new pet robot. It's following me. They're cold, but calm, countries. Their autumn is colorful. Skype was invented in this country. It's the first country to make internet one of the human rights. It's said that the lack of internet is like the lack of gas. Internet covers all the countries, no place lacks of it. I'm in a park near the town, and internet is for free. There is also on bus, tramways, and even in the airport when I arrived. Let's speed test it. 107 MB. 108 MB. Let's speed test park's internet. 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42 It stopped at 45 MB. The park's internet speed is 45 MB. I'm getting my desk and tent here to be a digital nomad. The A.I and Start-ups are well spread here. The ideas are so innovative. I guess, they hide from winter cold at home.
01:10
some invent something. Listen to this! Electronic elections were made in this country. A citizen doesn't need to go to the election office. Everything is online: Paying bills, or paperwork. They don't need the old administration. That's not all, the country loves its citizens and think about them. How? It granted them free transportation in the capital. No controller on tramways to ask you about the ticket. They let the country runs by itself. Everyone respects himself and the place he's in. You've to be registered here to get free transportation. The parking lot is 2.5€ per half an hour. But 24 hours costs 20€. Is it expensive? Tell me in the comments. Oh God! It doesn't seem to be a sheep. What happens when a country grants free transportation for the citizens? The number of cars is reduced. As a small flat surface country, a lot of people don't buy cars.
02:32
The country didn't urge them to buy a car, or eliminate taxes on cars. They urged them not to buy. The last thing to help you with is this flag, did you guess it? No, this is Indian flag. This is Estonia's flag, my friends. Let me welcome you to Estonia. Estonia is a one of the Baltic countries like Lithuania, and Latvia. Estonia has borders with Russia, this means it was under the Soviet Union. They've a lot of culture in common like graffiti and cold. Finland is right behind this sea. This boat is transporting people. Estonia is known as a cheap country in Europe. Life is cheap here. This is why people from Finland come to get their things here. Even though, it's developed, but salaries are low. This is why Estonians move to Finland to work, and come back here to invest. This seems to be a church. Look how the houses are built. It's like cheese, European style.
03:48
This is a castle. Some walls are built the old way. Do you see the street behind me? It leads to the city center. I'm in the biggest spot of city center. As you can see, colorful houses behind me. Do you know that this style is European? I saw some in Brussels, Vienna, Warsaw in Poland. There are many European cities with this style, even Norway. It doesn't seem to be from the Soviet Union. It's true that Tallinn is cold, but you'll live autumn at its full. It's colorful with the fallen leaves. The houses roofs are in harmony with the sight. You'll live the season. It's the easiest country to get a SIM card from. You can find it in R stores at the airport. Or you'll come to the city center, to any supermarket for a 1€ SIM card. It has 1€ and 1 GB of internet. It's easy to put it in service, just call any Estonian number. I read that I can't use it abroad. Follow my journey to Finland to see if it'll work or not. I'm just walking to see where this street ends.
05:01
It's closed. It's the end. Look, these houses seems to be old. This wall is about to fall. - Hello! None would answer. Look how the road is closed here. It's nice. Let's see what this park has. People here respect signs. None cross the road at right light, even if the road is empty. It's different from Turkey, where you look and cross. Let's not mention other countries You'll see such status to welcome you after this wall. - Hello! It's like Harry Potter. There is one here, and one there. This is the third. Do you know that Estonia supports online working? As its 99% of transactions is online, they don't use bills. They even came up with e-residency. You can open an online business in 15 minutes. You can do it from home with an address in Estonia. You'll pay taxes and everything is organized on internet. The name of E-residency may seem fishy. People would feel that they're granted to enter Europe with it as they own a business here.
06:35
But, this isn't a residency card. It's just to enter the system. They won't even let you open a bank account here. You've to link it with Paypal and Paysera. But it'll help you in requesting your visa if you want to come to Estonia. They'll see that your bank account has money. You're paying your bills, taxes, and your business is going. This will help whoever has an online business to get an address. The customer would feel more secured. I think its price is 115€. There is an app called Bolt. As the one that just passed by. They've electric bikes and food service. There is something I saw for the first time. When you rent a car, you've to see an agency as the ones in the airport. It's the opposite here. The city is full of cars, you just unlock it with your phone, like electric bikes. It's one click away to rent it. The price is counted per minute. Look how many cars there are in town. There are a lot. All the spots you see are cars. The price is 0.07€ per minute. The price per hour is 4€. You can rent a truck too.
07:40
Its price is 0.12€ per minute. You can load it by yourself when you're moving to a new house. The daily price is 33€. Like this one, it's enough to lock the car and scan it. Leave the car as if it wasn't even yours. Rent time is over, pay on internet, and that is it. It's good, because it makes life easier. I heard that such thing exists in Dubai. Come on Algeria, make it happen! Will it work in Algeria? Write it down in the comment. This is called the Liberty Square, it's known in town. We've to go elsewhere, but I'm not alone. I've a guest called Issac. - Hello! - Welcome Issac, are you Algerian, Finnish, or Estonian? - Nor Finnish, nor Algerian, I'm Barikan. - Barikan. Issac lives in Estonia, we've got in touch on Instagram. He's coming with me. We're going to a famous beach here. But, we won't use bus or foot. We'll use electric bike. As Tallinn is flat and easy to ride in, we'll take it to live the experience. It's enough to download to app to rent it.
08:49
Click on rent bike so nobody takes it. I scan this QR code. Now we did, the bike is ours. I hope I won't fall. I can ride on one wheel. No, No, No! You pay per minute. They'll calculate the price from the time of use to pay. You need a membership card, not cash. We need to find one for him. Oh! I slipped. Move aside bro! I'm crazy! We're falling, no we didn't. So, we arrived. Now, I've to click on end the ride. I take a picture of the bike. It's similar, do you see it it? The price was 2.08€. I can see something behind me. Do you what it is? It's fallen chestnut. Why doesn't one come, with a cart, like the Turkish in Sultan Ahmed, selling it expensive. It fell, look! It comes from this tree. It's a spiky shell to open. This is its tree. The road is full of chestnut. If you take a tree, you'll be rich.
10:24
- Its price is 16€ per Kilo Really? My cousin Anwar sells vegetables. He'd be rich if he comes here. In Russia, the garlic price is so high that the immigrants bring it in their suitcases. There are gyms, big ones inside, used for the Olympias during Soviet Union time. It's now abandoned and full of graffiti. I see people swimming, in this cold. They're swimming. People of Northern Europe and Finland amaze me. They swim in cold. Do you that many movies were shot here? What's its name? Tenet! A video clip of Alan Walker was filmed here too. That song is really famous. It's surrounded by a fence so people don't get in. This is one of the gyms entrances. There is a small beach here. What's a jam, when people total number is 1.3 million. You can actually count them. The city is empty, and everything organized. They can run the country. I heard a lot about police here.
11:39
I met some North Africans, no need to mention the country. They married Estonian women, then split up. After divorce, all papers are invalid. You're sent back to your home country. You can spend one night more. This creates problems. Estonians are forbidden to have other citizenship. If you plan to get married and have a citizenship. You've to live here for 8 years. You've to let go your original citizenship for the Estonian one. People here are Russian since the Soviet Union. They came from here, but remained after the independence. But, they can't be Russians. They've to be Estonians. So, 30% of people here are Russians. It's so organized in every field. It's a safe country, why? Everything is electronic, and under camera surveillance. A camera might be watching me talking and translating my words. They won't understand. Nobody would understand.

DOWNLOAD SUBTITLES: