Wisconsin retail tech company offers to microchip its staff

For years, a subset of the transhumanist community, called "grinders", has been experimenting with implanting electronics and microchips into their bodies. Considered fringe technology not so long ago, the idea of implantable electronics has recently moved closer to the mainstream. Now a tech company based in Wisconsin is set to offer all its employees the option of receiving an implantable microchip in their hands... Continue Reading US company offers free microchip implants to all employees Category: Electronics Tags: Implant Microchip RFID Transhumanism Related Articles: Cool Runnings: Lockheed using microscopic drops of water to chill chips from the inside Spintronics used to create 3D microchip Implanted micropump could deliver epilepsy drugs right into the brain New microchip promises to streamline and

Wisconsin retail tech company offers to microchip its staff

A Wisconsin company is offering to microchip its employees, enabling them to open doors, log onto their computers and purchase break room snacks with a simple swipe of the hand.

Tue 25 Jul 17 from Phys.org

US company offers free microchip implants to all employees

For years, a subset of the transhumanist community, called "grinders", has been experimenting with implanting electronics and microchips into their bodies. Considered fringe technology ...

Mon 24 Jul 17 from Gizmag

US tech company becomes first to microchip employees

The chips will allow employees to pay for food and drink in the company's break room, open doors, login to computers and use the copy machine

Mon 24 Jul 17 from The Independent

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