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Tired of key cards and business cards? Microchips being implanted under skin of office workers (VIDEO)

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Epicenter, a high-tech office complex in Sweden, is offering to implant tiny microchips in the hands of more than 700 office workers that will open doors, turn on machines and serve as a business card.

In this video report, Swedish office worker Lin Kowalska is having one implanted under the skin. A microchip about the size of a grain of rice is injected into her hand:


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