Office put’s chips under staff’s skin||Passcards are history

Want to gain entry in your office,get on a bus,or perhaps buy a sandwich.We are all getting used to swiping a card.While a high-tech office in Sweden,they are trying a different approach- a chip under the skin.

On the day of the building’s official opening the developers chief himself was,himself,chipped live on stage.

The Chip allows to opens doors and other functions of a pass card.The Future is not far.
The Chip allows to opens doors and other functions of a pass card.The Future is not far.

“If i was to grips the technology,i had to bite the bullet-and get chipped too.”

The full ongoing process is being organised by a bio-hacking group who are Swedish.Jane Wakefield one of its members inserted her chip under the skip by a fearsome tattooist.

The chip is in size of a grain of a rice which has (Radio Frequency Identification)RFI.

The Chip is placed between thumb and index finger.
The Chip is placed between thumb and index finger.

Today technology has become really messy-we need password and pin codes.It would be great to do all of those things with the touch of your hand.

Some people in the office were looking forward to getting chipped.But many still refuses to be chipped.One young men said

“Absolute not”

We have to see if whether it becomes culturally accepted to insert technology beneath our skin or not.

“My personal point of view is why get chipped just to get through a door or a bus?”-Ehsanul Haque

What do you think about being chipped?Are you getting chipped?Leave a comment below if you will or not when given the chance.

(“Collected from BBC News:http://q.gs/80OF4”)
Edited by (Ehsanul Haque)

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