Sjöström argues that NFC chips are a solution in search of a problem, have limited utility, are less efficient than alternatives, and pose significant health risks.
Tag: human microchipping
Go “Get Chipped”
By Katina Michael on September 18th, 2017 in Editorial & Opinion, Human Impacts, Magazine Articles
In 1997 Eduardo Kac became the first human to implant himself with a non-medical device in the performance art work titled “Time Capsule”
TEDxUWollongong – Microchipping people
By Katina Michael on August 22nd, 2017 in Videos
Professor Katina Michael from the University of Wollongong, speaks at the 2012 TEDxUWollongong on the moral and ethical dilemmas of… Read More
Human Microchipping, Past, Present, and … Future?
By Guest Author on June 29th, 2017 in Human Impacts, Magazine Articles, Privacy & Security, Societal Impact
I sat staring at the computer on February 6th, 2006, thinking about the press release I was about to send… Read More