Tens of thousands of people are choosing to be microchipped, but why?

By Mathew Dickerson: Tech Talk
April 16 2022 - 12:00am
Microchips in humans could take conveniences in our daily lives to the next level. Picture: Shutterstock.

August 24, 1998 was the day that Kevin Warwick, a British professor of cybernetics, had a chip implanted under his skin.

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