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This Biohacker Implanted Her Tesla Model 3 Keycard Into Her Arm

Futurism Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
This Biohacker Implanted Her Tesla Model 3 Keycard Into Her ArmYouTuber and software engineer Amie DD published a video last week in which she has a small RFID tag that doubles as her Model 3 keycard implanted into her forearm. As a result, she’ll never technically be locked out of her Tesla, even if she leaves both her smartphone and backup keycard at home. Rather […]

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