Could you ever imagine microchipping your employees? It might sound unreasonable at first, but that’s exactly what a Wisconsin-based technology company, Three Square Market, has asked of its fifty plus employees.
Though it’s a new and somewhat controversial tactic, getting microchipped has its advantages. It’s completely voluntary, and it gives employees the ability to enter the building, use office equipment, log into their computer, exchange business cards and even access their medical information by scanning their microchips. In many ways, it’s the password of the future.
Whether you’re shaking your head in disbelief or envisioning a future where microchips have replaced passwords, here are