Yesterday, I ranted about iris scanners. Well, it wasn't really a rant about the iris scanners themselves...more about the threat made by Jeff Carter, the CDO of GRI, the largest manufacturer and distributor of iris scanners. His threat? If we don't accept the technology, we'll be flagged as bad people. Okay, so that's an Amy interpretive paraphrase, but you get the point. Basically, you're either with him and his technology or you're not...and if you're not...then you're clearly a bad person.
I didn't really discuss iris scanners themselves...and I'd like to now. What do YOU think of iris scanners? Are they the wave of the future or big brother gone too far? I've heard cries that this is the mark of the beast. Is it? Or will that come in the form of microchip technology on our hand or forehead (as many believe based on what's written in the Bible).
Would you accept this technology? Just in airports and government buildings? In hospitals? As a regular part of your everyday life in stores, gas stations, literally everywhere you go? If you would accept it, where would you draw the line? Or would you? Why?
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