Facial Recognition to be Used at Singapore Airport
When a new terminal opens at the Singapore Changi Airport later this year, passengers might be able to check-in and board a plane without speaking to another person but they will be scanned using new facial recognition technology
Chinese KFC Planning Facial Recognition Payments For Meals
Customers will be able to use a “Smile to Pay” facial recognition system at the tech-heavy, health-focused concept store, part of a drive by Yum China Holdings Inc to lure a younger generation of consumers.
Researchers Develop Microscopic RFID Chip to Embed in Human Cells
The smallest chip the team has developed so far measures 22 microns (about a fifth the thickness of a human hair), which they plan to test reading with a specialized RFID interrogator.
Company Implant Party!
A Wisconsin tech company has become the first in the US to offer a ‘voluntary microchip program’ for all its employees, and celebrated after implanting half of its workforce.
Mark of the Beast?
Who would want to be micro chipped? Many, apparently.
The precursor of National Identification Cards in US - Driver's License
Most of us living in the United States are accustomed to calling this country the most important bastion of the "free" world. If that is so, why is it that we now hear increased demands for national identification cards which would allow our government to number us like slaves and literally keep track of our every movement?
Micro Chipping Employees: Wisconsin Company Is First in US to Give it a Go
A Wisconsin company is set to become the first in America to give its employees the opportunity to have microchip implants.
'Matrix' projects to plug human brains directly into a computer
The US military has revealed $65 of funding for a programme to develop a 'brain chip' allowing humans to simply plug into a computer.
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Paying With Your Face
Credit cards, online wallets and cryptocurrencies are just some of the numerous ways of payment in the modern world. Yet, there has been a recent addition to this list. Meet a completely new technology: paying with your face. Yes, seriously.
No fingerprints or retinal scans. Just smile into the camera and have the payment done.
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