Mots-clefs » RFID
The news that a US shopping self-service vendor plans to implant or “bio-hack” dozens of its employees with tiny chips was always going to grab people’s attention. 524 mots de plus
Chipping away at the opposition, a Wisconsin company plans to implant its employees with microchips.
I’ve blogged before about how micro-chipping has been morphing from appliances and pets to people.
But not without opposition. Earlier this year, it was reported that lawmakers the state of Nevada had introduced legislation that would make it a felony to require a person to be implanted with microchips such as an RFID (radio frequency identification) or NFC (near field communication) devices. 448 mots de plus
The company, Three Square Market, in River Falls, Wisconsin will start utilizing chip implants in employees to make access to technology at work more simple. The chip uses near field communication (NFC) to communicate with technology in the area. 159 mots de plus
Everyone likes to munch on snacks throughout the day to combat the daily drudgery of working for « the man » yet some find it bothersome or a burden to produce cash or a mircro-chipped credit or bank card to pay for the nutritionally packed gems resting for who knows how long in glass and steel encased dispensers. 399 mots de plus
A majority of employees at Three Square Market, a technology company in Wisconsin, have volunteered to embed a rice-sized chip in their bodies that allow them to swipe into the building or pay for food in the cafeteria as if their hands were key cards. 354 mots de plus
A technology company based in Wisconsin is offering its employees microchip implants that can be used to scan into the building and purchase food at work. 35 mots de plus