Man Meets Machine: What It Means to Be A Biohacker
Amal Graafstra hasn’t used a key to open his front door in 15 years. He doesn’t need one to start his car, his motorcycle, or get into his locked office. He is, assuredly, the only person who can sign into his computer and phone, or access accounts that require personal authentication. He’s even built a smart gun that only he has the ability to shoot.
To activate these superpowers, all Graafstra needs to do is wave his hand.