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The rise of microchipping: are we ready for technology to get under the skin?

As implants grow more common, experts fear surveillance and exploitation of workers. Urs Gasser and Ifeoma Ajunwa share their concerns with The Guardian.

“Seeing employees get implanted at the workplace made people question what it means to be an employee,” Gasser said. “Are you a person being paid for your work, or are you the property of the company you work for?”

Read more in The Guardian

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