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  • Epicenter to microchip Swedish workers
  • Epicenter to microchip Swedish workers
    Informedmag (2017) ©
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Epicenter to microchip Swedish workers

The annoyance of forgeting the office door code or losing your photo ID card is about to become a thing of the past for some Swedish employees. Innovation company Epicenter has offered to pay for microchip implants for its workers in the name of convenience.

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