Big worries come in small, robotic, maggot-like packages

How small is the smallest robot worth worrying about?

Set aside the massive drones and surveillance platforms, the autonomy-enable aerostats and mostly on autopilot aircraft. Think even smaller than the ground robots and quadcopters that fill shelves in stores. If we want to look at the future of miniature machines, we need to narrow our focus, down to a few centimeters.

Like these little mindless machines, vibrating bundles of legs and wires and batteries.

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