Until recently, people who wrote about chipping people were dismissed as conspiracy theorists. However, the World Economic Forum globalist elites predict that subcutaneous chips will eventually become the most natural thing in the world, reports Reclaim The Net.
An article on the WEF’s website about augmented reality referred to as “an augmented society,” states that parents can see chipping children as a “solid, rational” move.
Augmented reality, or AR for short, can be used in healthcare, education, and work but must be regulated in an ethically responsible manner, according to the WEF.
The WEF calls AR and related technologies transformative but emphasizes that this ‘needs the right support, vision, and audacity.”
“Augmented reality doesn’t end there. Your phone might feel like part of your body, but it’s not put in through surgery. Technology will become more intertwined with the body in the form of implants, but it will also seamlessly integrate with the environment – you might have sensors in a chair, for example,” writes Kathleen Philips of microelectronics company Imec.
‘Brave new world’
“Are we heading towards a ‘brave new world’? As scary as chip implants may sound, they are part of a natural evolution that wearables have once undergone,” claims Philips, adding that there is no longer a stigma attached to hearing aids or glasses.
They are even seen as a fashion item. In the same way, implants will become commonplace, Philips predicts.
Critics, however, are not concerned with the stigmas but with civil rights, privacy, and human autonomy.