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  • Meet the Grinders: A group modifying their bodies with tech

    The DefCon 2017 conference drew hackers and IT people from all over the world to discuss vulnerabilities and hacking techniques; including biohacking. One group of individuals who call themselves “grinders” are aiming to expand the uses of technology by implanting chips into their bodies.

The DefCon 2017 conference drew hackers and IT people from all over the world to discuss vulnerabilities and hacking techniques; including biohacking. One group of individuals who call themselves “grinders” are aiming to expand the uses of technology by implanting chips into their bodies. Tim Johnson/McClatchy Produced by Maureen Chowdhury/McClatchy
The DefCon 2017 conference drew hackers and IT people from all over the world to discuss vulnerabilities and hacking techniques; including biohacking. One group of individuals who call themselves “grinders” are aiming to expand the uses of technology by implanting chips into their bodies. Tim Johnson/McClatchy Produced by Maureen Chowdhury/McClatchy

Dawn of the bionic age: Body hackers let chips get under their skin

August 03, 2017 6:24 PM