Benefits and Risks of Chip Implants: Biohacker Patrick Paumen Will Speak at Biohacking Conference Moscow 2021
Microchips in the human body are no longer unusual. Thousands of people around the world are taking advantage of technological progress and integrate implants with medical records, access keys and other important information.
On October 19, a biohacker from the Netherlands Patrick Paumen will share his experience of using microimplants at Biohacking Conference Moscow 2021. He will talk about the existing of chips, as well as their benefits and risks to human health.
Patrick has been experimenting with implants for 10 years. He has 14 chips now: 5 biomagnets and 9 RFID transponders from Dangerous Things – a biohacking company. Biomagnets help the biohacker to sense magnetic fields and pick up light objects. RFID implants are used to access homes, offices, cars, and to unlock smartphones and laptops. With the help of chips, Patrick can share his contact information and even measure his body temperature.
The last microimplant installed is VivoKey from Dangerous Things. It runs security software and performs cryptographic tasks.
Many national and international media wrote about the biohacker, in particular The Wall Street Journal. He was also featured in a German documentary about cyborgs.
Join Biohacking Conference Moscow 2021 and learn about the possibilities and prospects of cyborgization of the body.