“Your fingerprint is no better than the password you’re typing, in fact, it’s worse.”
We can now take our evolution into our own hands.
Amal Graafstra is Chief of Awesome and Dangerous Things, a Biohacking company based out of Seattle, Washington. He’s one of the guys that put biohacking on the map
, with the RFID chip he’s got implanted in his hand, that allows him to access his car and house without keys – and that’s just the start!
Technologies available today can allow us to do far crazier things – from paying for stuff with a wave of a hand, to actually changing our very own genetic makeup.
In this episode, we chat chat about:
- Encryption and the one key to rule them all
- RFID and Magnetic Implantables
- Genetic Engineering (CRISPR CAS 9