You are here

CUBICLE FILES

Swedish workers get microchipped

Volunteers let work get under their skin in a biohacking experiment with ramifications for the future

BT_20170408_CUBICLE_2830574.jpg
The promise behind the implant being offered at Epicenter is efficiency. People who get 'chipped' - the same technology used to track pets or deliveries - can replace things like key cards and badges with technology that can't be lost or left behind.

HOW would you feel about having a microchip implanted in your hand to make things more convenient at work?

In Sweden, some workers are actually volunteering to do just that, electing to have a chip the size of a grain of rice implanted in their bodies to help them unlock doors, operate

sentifi.com

Market voices on:

Powered by GET.comGetCom