Microchips Implanted Into Employees Of Wisconsin BusinessSome employees of a small Wisconsin company injected a rice-sized microchip into their hands, storing all kinds of data -- from their driver’s license and medical ID cards to the log-ins to their computers.
US tech company offers to implant microchips in employees
Around 50 employees at Wisconsin-based Three Square Market are preparing to have microchips implanted between their forefingers and thumbs that are designed to allow them to more easily make purchases and enter the office.
Why human microchipping is so popular in Sweden
Carrying credit cards, oyster cards - even your house keys or ID - will soon become a thing of the past if bio-hackers get their way.
Around 4,000 people in Sweden have already been 'chipped' and some organisations say implants could be on their way to the UK.
ITV On Assignment's Rebecca Barry attends an implant party where the biohacking curious gather and the committed are then chipped with the latest flashing implant.
Is this the beginning of a bright future, where chips will one day be able to diagnose and foresee health problems? Or is it a way to keep an ever-closer eye on human movements?
ID, Wallet, Keys All In Your Hand: Sweden Moves Into The Future With Microchipping | Nightly News
Will microchips soon replace identification cards in the workplace?