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More than four dozen employees of a Wisconsin company are getting microchip implants that will enable them to go through doors, log onto computers and more. NBC’s Ron Mott reports from the company’s first-ever “chip day,” where employees have the chips implanted and one demonstrates buying a candy bar from a vending machine with a wave of his hand.
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