Biohacking is the new frontier. In just a few years, millions of people will have implanted RFID chips under the skin between their thumb and index finger. Already, thousands of people in Sweden have chipped themselves to make their daily lives easier. With a tiny electronic implant, Swedish rail passengers can pay their train ticket, and it goes without saying how convenient opening an RFID lock is without having to pull out your wallet.
That said, embedding RFID chips under the skin has been around for decades; my thirteen-year-old cat has had a chip since he was a kitten. Despite being around for a very, very long time, modern-day cyborgs are rare. The fact that only thousands of people are using chips on a train is a newsworthy event. There simply aren’t many people who would find the convenience of opening locks with a wave of a hand worth the effort of getting chipped.
https://hackaday.com/2018/06/07/ask-hac ... c520a582d2
В итоге туда и прийдет.
Зато обвинений в харасменте точно не будет. Все ходы записаны, билинг по факту оказания услуг.
Один большой чип на затылке. Там и телефон, и жипиэс, и виртуальная реальность пока с очками, и ID.
И USB слот, естественно, куда-ж без него.