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September 7 - For these ‘cyborgs’, keys are so yesterday

Article: Technology For A Global Monetary System
 

Punching in security codes to deactivate the alarm at his store became a thing of the past for Jowan Oesterlund when he implanted a chip into his hand about 18 months ago.  “When I walk into my studio, I just wave my hand at the alarm, and the alarm turns off,” the tattoo artist said.  “Whenever someone shows up with security clearance, he will wave and the alarm is deactivated, the lights are turned on... it will start up the computer, the cash machine and so on,” he added. 
 
Oesterlund is one of the small but growing number of people around the world who has a grain-sized NFC (Near Field Communications) chip embedded in him. 

“One year ago it was ‘that’s just stupid’, or ‘wow that’s just awesome’. But now multinational companies are looking into it,” he said, pointing to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky as an example. 
 
Despite the limited uses, human chip implant manufacturer Dangerous Things told AFP that there are now around 10,000 “cyborgs” – or humans with digital chips in them – across the globe. 
 
But its popularity has now accelerated with the ubiquity of smartphones, which can communicate with the chips. 
 
Those who have joined the “cyborg” club believe that getting in early allows them to secure a place at the forefront of a potentially life-changing development.  “Curiosity is a factor,” said Hannes Sjoeblad, who also has a chip implanted. But he added that a key aim is “to explore this technology before the government starts doing this”.

 

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