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01.01.2016 Leuchtmittel wird Lauschmittel

Companies begin planting microchips under employees' skin

Are that the news for 2016?

The Chinese company Sengled known for pimped LEDs announces: JBL-Lautsprecher or camers with WLAN- or bluetooth will be put in their light. With Sengled Voice there will be a model with microphon and cloud access.

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A high-tech office complex in Sweden is now offering tenants' staff the option of having a small RFID chip implanted in one's wrist that allows certain functions in the building to be performed with a wave of the hand, such as opening doors and operating photocopiers.

In other words, we will soon have the option of being physically connected to the Internet as well as to an increasingly widespread network of smart devices.

But perhaps we should be extremely careful about making the leap to cyborg status. Is this truly an inevitable and potentially useful tech advancement or is it a step too far?

The time for debate is now, because the technology is already entering the mainstream. And as with most technological revolutions, once it has happened there is little hope of turning back.

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