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Chips Under The Skin & Bio-Hacking - Mal on ABC Radio

Added 27 May 2015 View full list    Print version    
A new study reveals that 25 percent of Australians are at least ‘slightly interested’ in having a commercial chip implanted in their skin.

But what would implanted, subcutaneous chips mean to the human experience?

Mal Fletcher discussed their potential impact on bio-hacking, digital dementia and increased debt, with ABC Australia's Steve Austin.

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