Sunday, August 31, 2014

You are a card?


Get chipped, then charge without plastic





 — you are the card






Here's the pitch... to the young ones.

Beautiful club-goers have a problem: 
If you're going to wear a halter top and micro-skirt,
there's not much of anywhere to put a wallet. 
And who wants to carry a purse when you're there to dance?
Luckily, a company called VeriChip this year unveiled a solution
based on radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology.
The Government will soon control us all, what we can sell or buy.
This is freaky, credit under the skin.

It's a slender glass capsule about as long as a dime is wide.
Inside sits a computer chip, which stores a unique code that can identify
an individual — sort of an electronic Social Security number.
The capsule also holds a tiny antenna, which can radio that code
to a receiver many feet away.

Now read this one.

Another company is taking the idea of implanted radio-enabled
chips to a different level. Cyberkinetics of Foxborough, Mass.,
calls itself "a leader in the rapidly emerging field of brain computer interfaces."
The company makes BrainGate — which, despite the 1974 analogies here, 
is not a reference to a scandal involving someone's brain.
When implanted in a person's brain, 
the device can allow that person to control a computer just by thinking.
It is essentially a mouse moved by brain waves.
Last month, the company got federal approval to implant the chips in five
paralyzed people as a test.

My thoughts are Where are we going with this??  Scary,  Scary,
Scary and it not Halloween yet.
Now I am worrying about my
implant.









Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
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