Russian man implants cybernetic chip to unlock hospital doors

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  • RT published this video item, entitled “Russian man implants cybernetic chip to unlock hospital doors” – below is their description.

    Alexander Volchek, a doctor from Novosibirsk, Russia, must really dislike the concept of keycards, seeing as he went through the trouble of implanting a cybernetic chip inside his palm.

    Now he can unlock doors with his… hand?

    Volchek implanted a total of five microchips into himself, with which he can open locked doors and operate ATMs with just one hand movement.

    He had his first chip implanted in 2014. Volchek originally had six chips, but one got outdated so he had to remove it. However, he claims that today this is no longer a problem since the chips can now be easily reprogrammed.

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