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Thousands of Swedes are inserting microchips under their skin

In Sweden, a country rich with technological advancement, thousands have had microchips inserted into their hands.

The chips are designed to speed up users’ daily routines and make their lives more convenient — accessing their homes, offices and gyms is as easy as swiping their hands against digital readers. Read more at NPR

Image: James Brooks/AP

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