Micro-chipping workers: UK firms consider human implants

Would you have a tracker in your wrist? How many are choosing to have microchip implants?


    Once regarded as pure science-fiction, human microchip implants are making a slow but steady arrival in the modern workplace.

    While some volunteers have already been fitted with the technology, several businesses in the United Kingdom are now actively looking to provide them to willing employees.

    But, there are concerns the risks may outweigh the benefits.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from London.


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