Pentagon turns insects into robots

Pentagon plans cyber-insect army

From the article: "The Pentagon's defence scientists want to create an army of cyber-insects that can be remotely controlled to check out explosives and send transmissions.

The idea is to insert micro-systems at the pupa stage, when the insects can integrate them into their body, so they can be remotely controlled later."

So now, when you see a butterfly or moth, you have to wonder if it is recording your conversation or not.

Brings new meaning to the word, "bugged".
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