A real-life company is implanting microchips in employees


After a semi-painless injection between the thumb and index finger, a microchip is implanted in another employee. A cyborg is now created, and this human/machine mashup runs off to buy a smoothie using his or her new sub-dermal implant. If that sounds futuristic, it’s because we’re conditioned to this as a sort of science fiction trope: human gets implanted, its overlords are now in control. For a Swedish company, however, the practice of implanting microchips into its employees has become routine, popular even. At Epicenter, a Stockholm-based co-working space, employees and renters are eagerly lining up as volunteers to get the microchip…

This story continues at The Next Web

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