Is melding man and machine the future? That's what founder and chief executive Amal Graafstra's company Dangerous Things has imagined by offering people the chance to never have to worry about forgetting their keys or passwords again -- as long as you inject a microchip into your body.
Graafstra's idea was to make life easier through technology by implanting the chips into human flesh. He himself has a RFID chip in each of his hands, between his index and thumb.
"I use these chips on a daily basis to access my home, get into my car, start my car, log into the computer, start my motorcycle, those kind of things," Graafstra told CNBC at the CeBit Fair in Hannover, Germany, on Tuesday.