A company from USA will implant chips on volunteer employees to streamline tasks

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EFE The devices, about the size of a grain of rice, are placed in the hand.Facilitate actions such as open doors, ac...
  • The devices, about the size of a grain of rice, are placed in the hand.
  • Facilitate actions such as open doors, access computers, make copies, share information or pay at vending machines.
  • The test is carried out on 50 workers of a technology company.

A company from USA will implant chips on volunteer employees to streamline tasks

A us-based company will implement in some of your employees a few microchips that facilitate tasks such asopen doors, access computers, make copies, share information or pay for purchases from vending machines.

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According to published this Monday, the technology portal The Verge, about fifty workers of Three Square Market, a company-developer of software for vending machines, have been offered volunteers to participate in the initiative.

The company, based in the state of Wisconsin, uses a technology of wireless communication and the short range similar to the NFC (Near Field Communication).

This innovative program, the company will launch August 1, will consist in the implantation of chips the size of a rice —which cost around $ 300— between the thumb and the index finger of the individual.

encrypted data

According to the company, these chips incorporate a sensors, to be scanner will allow employees to access information on computers or other devices, as well as pay for purchases using technologies of radio frequency identification (without the need to use credit cards or mobile phones).

in Addition, the company ensures thatwill not put in danger the privacy of the workers, since the data stored in the chip will be encrypted and may not be tracking by GPS, so that their functionality would be similar to a key or access card electronics.

The chief executive officer of Three Square Market’s Todd Westby, assured the financial channel CNBC that the implantation of these chips is painless and is completely legal since it was approved in 2004 by the federal agency for Food and Drug Administration (FDA, for its acronym in English).

“we Believe that it is a good way to move forward in the innovation of the company. The chips do not emit a signal by themselves, they have to be read with any object that has a proximity reader” said Westby.

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