Ma Yun, who leads the trend of the times, has predicted that for the terminal mobile phone in the digital age, it will disappear in 5 years, and the human chip will be replaced. Ali's plan is to verify identity and complete payment by gesture or fingerprint. In interpreting the plan, Ma Yun pointed out that if palm prints are used alone, the recognition rate and error rate will increase, and the most likely is to implant a microchip into the human body to better identify the user.
At the technical level, human body chip implantation can be said to be a very simple and feasible thing. With the popularity of smart terminal devices, chip applications have become ubiquitous. Take our familiar mobile payment as an example. Mobile phones need only be close to each other to complete information identification and exchange in an instant. The setting called NFC function on the mobile phone is realized by the near field communication technology evolved from RFID, which is very convenient and practical. If you put this chip on our fingers, you can complete many of the functions currently implemented on your phone with just a hand raised.
It is reported that there is currently a US manufacturer already selling products dedicated to human NFC implants. According to the data, this product comes standard with a syringe set, a tube of anesthetic cream, and a roll of cling film. The chip is sterilized and stuffed into a cylindrical bioglass capsule. The product is as small as rice, conforms to ISO14443A and NFC Type 2 standards, and is compatible with all mobile phones, computers, automobiles and other devices that meet these standards, enabling sharing of information and unlocking of mobile phones.
Regarding whether the chip is legally implanted in the human body, there is currently no explicit regulation on medical and health regulations in China. Just as the development of artificial intelligence will bring similar security problems, the human body chip also faces a variety of hidden concerns, and because it is implanted in the human body, it is bound to face more complicated controversy. However, the pace of technological development is unstoppable. One day, the real crab-eater may be born to you and me.
What changes will be made to the future of chip implantation will not be imagined. However, a nonsensical question suddenly came to mind. If I really want to implant a chip, where should I put it?