Implanting Microchips

Last month, there was a huge buzz going around that a man had implanted his opal card chip into his left hand to make it easier to get on and off public transportation. This was not the first attempt of people microchipping themselves to make life easier. Recently, an American company called Three Square Market offered employees an opportunity to implant a microchip that can be used around the office, such as opening doors, logging on computers and purchasing meals in the food court.So are we headed towards an era where humans will begin to become cyborg?  Professor of Biomedical Engineering Gregg Suaning from the University of Sydney joined Myles-Houlbrook Walk on The Daily to discuss more. 

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