Would you be willing to have your work implant a chip inside you for access and workplace mobility? That's what a Wisconsin company is making available.

Once upon a time I was diagnosed with something called atrial fibrillation. Then I had something called a cardiac ablation which basically cured it. Now I feel terrific and to make sure I continue to feel that way, I have something called a loop recorder implanted in my chest. This allows doctors to monitor my heart which is a good thing since there is a history of heart disease in my family. This is only the beginning.

When my doctor was injecting the recorder in my chest — which took less than two minutes — he told me that they are coming out with chips that will also monitor blood sugar and vital signs. I'm thinking soon they will be able to plant a chip in our brains which will allow us to access Google. Then guys can actually be as smart as their wives!

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