Scientists create insect cyborgs that can spy on anyone

American scientists have developed a genetically modified dragonfly-cyborg, which will be able to spy in places where there is no drone, reports the Daily Mail.

Insects DragonflEye equipped with backpacks the size of a fingernail, through which you can control the cyborgs.”Backpacks with management” include the electronics, which activates the transmitter of the neurons inside insects. These neurons transmit to the wings team, cyborg indicating the path of motion.

According to the source, insect cyborgs completed their first flight tests in the laboratory in Virginia.

According to scientists, in addition to espionage, the insect can be used for controlled pollination.

Earlier, American scientists have invented a device for a smartphonethat is charged in seconds and a week does not require recharging. Scientists have developed a new method for the production of power supplies.