New Sensors Developed - Malicious Uses Only Years Away

Researchers have developed new optical sensors.
ATLANTA (August 2, 2006) - Georgia Tech researchers have found a way to shrink all the sensing power of sophisticated biosensors — such as sensors that can detect trace amounts of a chemical in a water supply or a substance in your blood — onto a single microchip.
Using this technology, I can only surmise that robots of the future, equipped with the new sensors , will have a previously unequaled sampling rate of human tissue. Their bloodlust will be unstoppable.

"Ali Adibi, associate professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and lead researcher on the project." He won't be smiling when robots are sampling his pancreas using those fancy new sensors he just developed.

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