RFID implant developments: where are we headed and why?
Examines the impact of technologies in society, initially exploring the technology and use of radio frequency identification (RFID) as an implantable device. Are such devices being designed and engineered to replace former infrastructures that have been in place to help monitor, control, and assist the activities of the general populace? Suggests that implantable devices are inanimate objects, void of spirit, and have no motive or underlying teleology residing within the technology itself. Discusses how such technologies are impacted by societies that deploy them.