Earlier this week it was reported that a software company in Wisconsin is giving its employees a chance to have a microchip implanted into their hand. The purpose of the chip would be to allow the employees the ability to open doors and purchase things in the cafeteria. The option was quite popular, with 50 of the 80 employees saying yes to the chip.
The story is causing strong reactions and so Ladders went to New York’s Time Square to ask people if they would participate.
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