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Employees at a Wisconsin tech company are volunteering to have microchips implanted into their hands. The chips, equipped with radio-frequency identification technology, will open doors, grant food purchases in the break room, speed up computer log-ins and provide access to copy machines. More than 50 of the company’s 80 employees have opted in to the voluntary program.

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