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THE INTERNET OF HUMAN THINGS: IMPLANTS FOR EVERYBODY AND HOW WE GET THERE
Over the past several years, the Government of Sweden has been moving toward becoming a completely cashless society. By 2025, most Swedish citizens will perform all their financial transactions using debit and credit cards, mobile devices, PCs, or wearables. But a small, growing number have gone even further than using conventional technology to make payments. They are using implants -- tiny, rice grain-sized microchips that use Near-Field Communications (NFC) technology -- to communicate wirelessly with reader terminals installed in stores and other public places.I have a similar implant installed installed in my chest. It's a loop recorder, a tiny device that records electrocardiography data from my heart in order to monitor a corrected atrial fibrillation condition (that was detected by an earlier version of my Apple Watch) from a radio frequency ablation procedure I had done in August 2018. JASON PERLOW READ MORE