Jane Ruffino: The chip makers’ new goals

Some predictions about the future of technology are bizarre, but others will guide us to inspiration

21st February, 2016
What size will micro-chips be in the future? Picture: iStock

I recently had a meeting in Stockholm’s Epicenter, a co-working and innovation space that set out to show us the future. In addition to a selfie sign-in system for visitors and a Bitcoin ATM in the reception area, Epicenter offers its members a different way to access the building and its various tools and spaces for working: a tiny subcutaneous RFID chip in their hand. It made the international news last year when Epicenter opened....

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