[比利时公司给员工身体内植入芯片] In a move that could be lifted straight from science fiction, workers at a Belgian marketing firm are being offered the chance to have microchips implanted in their bodies. 就像科幻故事中那样，比利时一家销售公司的员工将有机会在身体内植入芯片，比利时公司给员工身体内植入芯片。 The chips contain personal information and provide access to the company's IT systems and headquarters, replacing existing ID cards. The controversial devices raise questions about personal security and safety, including whether they may allow the movements of people with implants to be tracked. NewFusion, a marketing firm in Belgium, is offering the chip to its employees. The radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips are about the same size as a grain of rice and store personal security information which can be transmitted over short distances to special receivers. RFID chips can already be found in contactless cards, including banks cards and the Oyster system which is used by more than 10 million people to pay for public transport in London. They are also similar to the chips implanted in pets. The ones used at NewFusion cost around €100 each and are inserted between the thumb and index finger.