Chips Under the Skin – Is It Safe? Biohacking Conference Kyiv to Involve Well-Known Biohacker Patrick Paumen

Chips Under the Skin – Is It Safe? Biohacking Conference Kyiv to Involve Well-Known Biohacker Patrick Paumen

Biohackers apply cutting-edge methods to optimize their body functions. Is it possible to control both the external and internal environment using implants? Is this method safe for people?

These issues will be revealed by Patrick Paumen, a famous biohacker from the Netherlands, at Biohacking Conference Kyiv on March 26.

Speaker’s presentation: Wearable devices and micro implants inside the body. Benefits and Risks.

Patrick has been focusing on microcircuit implantation since 2011.Today the biohacker has 22 under-skin implants: 8 biomagnets and 14 implants with radio-frequency identification. They allow him to lift small metallic objects without touching, monitor body temperature, unblock a smartphone and laptop, unlock the front door of the house, and settle accounts.

His recent implant, VivoKey from Dangerous Things, is able to launch security software and solve cryptographic tasks.

Many international publications, including The Wall Street Journal, have mentioned Patrick Paumen. Besides, his story has been highlighted in the German documentary about cyborgs.


Do not miss Patrick’s presentation at Biohacking Conference Kyiv if you want to find out more about the key prospects and pitfalls of human cybernization.

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