Singularity University’s Summit Europe: Microchip Implants Are As Easy As Piercings

RFID Microchip Implant

“I am bleeding just a little bit,” said Raymond McCauley. “Might I ask for a little assistance?” McCauley, chair of Singularity University’s biotechnology and bioinformatics track and a biohacker, had just implanted a microchip in his hand.

He was giving his talk at Singularity University’s Summit Europe on the $0.01 human genome, drag-and-drop genetic engineering, garage biohacking, cheese from genetically modified yeast—a whirlwind tour of future biotech.

But the real thrust of this particular talk? Cyborgs.

McCauley is aware that the idea of incorporating technology into our bodies may seem repellent or unnatural to some people. But, he said, many of us are already cyborgs. Vaccination, for example, is a kind of technological augmentation.

“We are now different than we would be as just baseline humanity,” he said.

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1 thought on “Singularity University’s Summit Europe: Microchip Implants Are As Easy As Piercings”

  1. Another step along the road leading to the ‘mark of the beast’ depicted in Revelation.

    As a serpent, it’s subtle. It’ll be slow…gradual…totally non-threatening and non-condemning. Benefits of human health will be talked up; livelihood; longevity, you can take matters into your own hands.

    …how easy and user-friendly it would be to have all your personal and financial information stored on one of these. And to keep yours and your family’s information “safe”, the ability to electronically register it all in a secure government database. Of course, this would be entirely optional for the individual…at first. But in the event of a major crises, steps would have to be taken to maintain order; peoples’ thinking would have to “evolve”.

    …one step at a time…lead them down one step at a time…

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